Implement building information modeling and virtual reality

Building information modeling is a process for parametric modeling that brings new levels of spatial visualization, simulation of construction project behavior, as well as higher efficiency project management. In addition, when building information modeling goes beyond the design phase and is implemented during construction, operation and maintenance, new levels of coordination and cooperation will be created, which will ultimately reduce errors and increase the efficiency of the construction industry. Building information modeling has different degrees, the most common of which are three-dimensional building information models. Higher-order models, called "multidimensional" building information models, are actually extended 3D building information models. Multidimensional building information models play an essential role in the future of construction project management, as they create a database in which all the required project information can be stored and used in a uniform format throughout the entire project life cycle.

In case of implementing building information modeling on construction projects, the mentioned facilities are provided to users and can be used in order to reduce project time and cost in different phases of design, implementation and operation.

Virtual reality as a new technology, in the field of building information modeling, can create interaction between the project environment and users in different phases of the project, especially design. Virtual reality is the creation of a virtual environment for the human senses to experience that environment as if it were actually there. To achieve this goal, various technologies are used to be technically complex for our perception and cognition. The concept behind virtual reality is based on theories about the long-term human tendency to cross the boundaries of the real world. In technical terms, virtual reality refers to a three-dimensional environment created by a computer and capable of interacting and communicating with different people. The user is completely surrounded or part of it in the virtual environment, and as long as he is in it, he will be able to interact with objects and do some things. Also, in order to reduce the potential risks in the project design department, it can be noted that virtual reality, by providing a virtual project environment, can be used to investigate activities that are in reality dangerous, expensive or impractical.

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