When would you use an Urbistic viewer?
An Urbistic view can add value whatever stage your development project has reached - from site selection and masterplanning to sales and marketing of completed developments. And the viewer can evolve with the development to maximise effeciency. Here are just some examples of potential use cases.
Quickly combine terrain models, aerial imagery, 3D scans and city models to create a digital twin of your study area. Combine it with 2D GIS layers such as ownership, utilities, planning framework, and environmental contraint boundaries to provide a basis for your site capacity analysis.
An Urbistic viewer can be a key component in comunicating your design ideas to decision makers. For example, use it as basis of a presentation to municipal committee meetings and hearings so that all participants get a real time 3D view of the development and its impact on the wider environment, minimising conflict and speeding up the planning process.
Showcase your projects to a wider audience to generate interest from potential funding partners wherever they may be in the world with an Urbistic 3D real estate visualisation.
Demonstrate it to them in realtime or let them navigate it for themselves via a web app.
Export models from CAD or BIM to display your designs in real time 3D in their real world context. Share and collaborate remotely with your customers and other stakeholders. Undertake design reviews, compare alternative design scenarios, visualise project phasing or test material options. Avoid the need for expensive and inflexible physical models and mock ups.
Use an Urbistic viewer to showcase your completed development to potential tenants and purchasers. Combine internal layouts, external views, neighbourhood context and descriptive test into a single, navigable model to give virtual tours. Share it through the web or use it in a sales showroom environment.