Virtual Reality Lets Architects Step Into Spaces That Don’t Exist… Yet

Virtual Reality Lets Architects Step Into Spaces That Don’t Exist… Yet

Rockwell Group LAB sees the Oculus Rift as an architectural tool of the future

Melanie Ehrenkranz
  • 21 april 2015

You walk through a narrow hallway and are spit out onto a red-carpeted platform facing a half-circle amphitheater of empty lounge chairs. Turn around and you can see the signature TED typeface come to life on a big screen behind the stage. Face forward and zoom in and out through the rows of seating. You’re standing on stage at the pop-up TED2014 theater in the Vancouver Convention Center. Only it didn’t exist. Yet.

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