Dome Deco relegated a panel discussion involving the improvement of design projects through 3D technology. Engrossed in the utilization of virtual reality, the panelists eagerly spoke about the potential and future growth of the business.
Each of the panelists offered immaculate examples of their own respective collaborations with Visualizer Plus, by displaying their design executions with 3D technology. Exemplifying all of the capabilities, interior design will ultimately operate within this capacity. Patti Carpenter of The Kaleidoscope Project moderated the panel, mediating the discussion amongst the seasoned experts in the field.
Conducting an 18-month long process, Jennifer Farrell of Jennifer Farrell Designs, displayed Calibu Vineyard for the panel. The project elucidates all of the experiences and provisions that will be available for touring, marketing, and more importantly, conceptualizing.
Although there is this traditional method to use photography within the framework of this industry, Christopher Grubb of Arch-Interior Design Group, wished to convey that another method is underway. Presenting his take on 3D technology, Grubb displayed 3D Art that was conceptualized for advertising.
Thomas Wolosik, Creative Director for Visualizer Plus, stood in for Tracy Metro of Tracy Metro Designs. He showcased Interior Design Lifestyle Scene by emulating the direct communication process that goes into recreating the various perceptions that clients will so recognizably desire. Wolosik emphasized the importance in the assembly and structuring that goes into 3D design.
A dissemination into the aftereffects of the pandemic, Sangeeta Gupta of Dome Deco US, exhibited the teamwork that goes into the 3D visualizing process. Project La Butte Aux Bois depicted all of the creative prospects that can substantiate the application of virtual spaces.