Augmented and Virtual Reality Goggles

By Cliff

Early adopters from the construction industry have started to use augmented and virtual reality goggles and headsets to avoid accidents and reduce business risk.

Both provide the user with a fully immersive virtual experience of walking around the completed building or alteration project. This enables the user to see what needs to be changed in a design or plan, or whether there is a more serious issue with layouts before work starts on-site.

This could become a mainstream method of reducing risk because hazards and problems will be identified in advance, helping to avoid incidents and injuries.

 

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