Onesight: Reducing building construction errors with 3D, AR/VR visualization apps

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Shanghai-based Onesight provides a digital alternative to 2D architectural drawings for teams working on construction sites

In the very first building that Luo Feng worked on as an architect, sections ended up wrongly constructed because workers had misread his 2D architectural drawings. The errors had to be corrected, raising the cost of the project. “This is prevalent in the industry and approximately 10% to 20% of building projects need to be redone as a result," said Luo, who later founded Onesight, a company producing apps for 3D and AR/VR visualization of building information used in the construction industry.Traditionally, architects represent the 3D buildings they envision in their minds with 2D drawin...
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Edited by Celine Lim, Wang Xiao'e

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