Architecture Visualization

Vis Arch

Architecture Visualization with Unity.

A virtual show flat App template. Make your building or flat into an app from your BIM or Autodesk blueprints, and let your clients and partners explore it like if they were there. Available for Android, iOS, Windows, Windows Store, Mac, Linux and web!

Vis Arch Home Screen

Features

Model

Explore a model of the building to study the distribution. Rotate, pan, and zoom, plus deconstruct the building like a Lego to understand volumes.

Model

3D Explore

Get inside the building and go for a virtual walk. You can move and look around freely using touch controls or mouse and keyboard.

If your device have a Gyroscope (i.e.: a mobile phone), you can use it to look around by hovering it in front of your eyes. A virtual reality device that everyone already carry in their pockets!

Navigating the building

Dynamic design

Change the materials of any kind of surfaces, open and close doors, change furnitures… Enhance the imagination of your visitors!

Changing materials

Realistic lightning, any time of year

How does the light incide on that window on summer? How long are shadows in winter? You can set the date and time to emulate realistic lighting conditions, and even change the speed of time.

Date and time Night and day cycle

Thanks to dynamic and realistic lighting technologies, you can turn lights on and off. Realtime reflections on windows and water surfaces and weather control add an excelent layer of realism.

Turning on lights

Explore blueprints

Bring your blueprints with you anywhere. You can choose between multiple floor plans, zoom and pan to explore them without needing a printed copy.

Blueprints

Photo gallery

Show the best shots and info of your building with the included photo gallery.

Photo gallery

Atrapaluz

Architecture BIM project developed with Revit.

Project presented in a call for tender by the city government of Seville, Spain.

Architect: José Adolfo Herrera Martín.

Download Sheets

Visit the Atrapaluz page at Unity Connect for more pictures and information