VR4D: An Immersive and Collaborative Experience to Improve the Interior Design Process

Abstract : Ergonomics and spatial constraints are important issues to consider during the design process of limited spaces. In this paper, we present a user-centered methodology for designing a new VR tool for collaborative design and evaluation of limited spaces. The system is composed of two communicating tools: a sketch-based application, and a 3D immersive application. Using this tool, two collaborating users can perform simultaneously two steps of the design process: the sketching phase, and the organization and evaluation of the 3D space. A preliminary evaluation session, conducted with expert designers to assess the usability and the utility of the system, shows its value.
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Amine Chellali, Frederic Jourdan, Cédric Dumas. VR4D: An Immersive and Collaborative Experience to Improve the Interior Design Process. 5th Joint Virtual Reality Conference of EGVE and EuroVR, JVRC 2013, Dec 2013, Paris, France. pp.61-65. ⟨hal-00919933⟩

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