Simulating health care spaces through virtual reality
from Healthcare Design
Virtual reality isn't just for fun and (video) games anymore. It's helping solve real-world problems in health care design and construction. Sanford Fargo Medical Center in Fargo, North Dakota, turned to virtual reality to experience its $500 million facility before it was built. The project team relied on virtual reality to aid decision making and design review for critical spaces and architectural elements, using approaches tailored to the participants and goals of each situation.
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