Virtual reality technology can produce 3D digital twins of Lincolnshire businesses for clients and staff

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Digital twin 3D images can asily be created for businesses in Lincolnshire during lockdown and beyond. EMN-200623-123518001These 3D copies were originally designed to help the heritage sector document and preserve historic sites, but have unlimited potential for helping stores, venues and other organisations to reach their audience during COVID-19. Suitable for everything from venues to offices to showrooms, these immersive 3D images make businesses more accessible – not just during COVID-19, but also beyond.They are in created in 4K quality and can be accessed by a laptop, phone or Virtual Reality headset, and make everything from virtual guided tours to planning site visits to training possible during this challenging time.A 3D image of Alexandra palace interior as an example. EMN-200623-123540001Based at the University of Lincoln’s DesignBlok Hub, the team use technology to scan and create interactive 3D models of a required space. This allows exciting experiences such as 3D walkthroughs and guided tours, with viewers able to see and interact with a space from all angles. This could be an estate agent leading a prospective buyer around a property, a tour of an exhibition or a salesman giving a full inside view of a …

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