Shared immersive space to boost construction processes

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Shared immersive space,

Mott MacDonald has joined forces with Igloo Vision to develop a 360° shared immersive space which will help clients rehearse construction processes ahead of time

Mott Macdonald and Igloo Vision have partnered to develop a 360° shared immersive space based on the Moata Rehearsive technology platform.

Moata Rehearsive unlocks the power of virtual reality (VR) and is a compelling way of helping clients rehearse construction processes ahead of time, releasing safer buildable design so that you can deliver right first time.

The Igloo Immersive Media Player (IMP) allows Mott MacDonald’s Moata Rehearsive digital product to be used as a 360° shared immersive space.

Experiencing the Moata Rehearsive environment together in person builds on its multiplayer format where those with VR headsets can interact with one another online.

The Moata Rehearsive Igloo experience allows whole groups to get right inside the virtual models, and collaborate in person, bringing a new dimension to immersive technology in construction.

Mott Macdonald will be offering the experience to clients that are seeking multiple ways to collaborate in their construction scenarios.

‘Hone digital engineering strategies’

Andrew Zhao, product lead, Moata Rehearsive at Mott Macdonald, said: “Working in partnership with Igloo Vision has allowed us to create an incredible immersive experience offering for the infrastructure sector.

“Our tried and tested Moata Rehearsive solution has been enhanced through the integration of the Igloo IMP which is designed from the ground up to be content-agnostic, making it simple for users to work with our existing tools.”

“At Igloo, we’ve seen many innovative uses of shared immersive technology in designing and reviewing construction projects,” said Colin Yellowley, R&D director at Igloo Vision.

“We’re excited to integrate the Igloo IMP with Moata Rehearsive to empower our clients to further hone their digital engineering strategies.

“Being able to spot risks and practice processes well ahead of construction is yet another example of how virtual reality can save clients time and money and deliver tangible value.”

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