Trezi's Virtual Reality product release set to transform design communication and collaboration in the building industry
The updated version Trezi 1.8 is compatible with popular architecture design software such as Sketchup, Rhino and Autodesk’s Revit
India’s very own fully immersive Virtual Reality product for the building industry is now available with its latest update, Trezi 1.8. The new version introduces a virtual collaboration system which is fully compatible with popular architecture design software such as Sketchup, Rhino and Autodesk’s Revit.
Trezi 1.8 takes the fully immersive virtual experience a few steps higher with its new collaboration feature that allows architects/designers to meet and engage with colleagues and collaborators in the virtual world. Irrespective of their geographical location, architects and interior designers can explore a true-to-scale rendition of their building or interior design and make edits in real-time, if desired.
Trezi 1.8 also introduces an exterior rendering mode which significantly improves the rendering quality of exterior scenes, and offers photo-realistic shadows, multi-source illumination, and minimal culling of objects from the scene. With the enhanced support for remote collaboration and audio add-ons in the pipeline, Trezi 1.8 is set to dramatically improve and raise the bar for design-based collaboration in the industry.
With the aim of transforming traditional design visualisation and communication methodologies in the country, SmartVizX devised Trezi, a fully-immersive Virtual Reality product. Launched in 2018, Trezi has been co-created by architects Tithi and Gautam Tewari, who experienced design communication challenges in their practice and decided to solve these problems through VR.
A fully immersive virtual reality product, Trezi dramatically transforms design communication and collaboration in the building industry by enabling stakeholders to experience the project’s design at full scale. Architects and interior designers use Trezi to bring their existing 3D design models into a fully-immersive VR environment. Reduced errors and omissions as well as minimal material wastage in prototyping and on-site experimentation cuts down the need for time-consuming personal meetings and site visits; Trezi adds a new dimension to the understanding, communication and translation of design in the industry.