The Oculus Rift Could Be The Key To Planning Future Cities

The Oculus Rift Could Be The Key To Planning Future Cities

Vrban makes it easy for architects to collaborate in the virtual world using the device.

Ross Brooks
  • 21 may 2014

Oculus Rift continues to proves it’s worth outside of gaming, and Vrban is no exception, a tool that lets architects explore and manipulate urban environments in the virtual world. It was created at the TechCrunch Hackathon, held earlier this month in New York, by Angel Say, a software programmer and recent graduate of Columbia University. Built in just 24 hours, the tool could change the way urban planners work and collaborate on important projects.

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