ALL IN THE DETAILS
18 hours of straight sleep and missing Thanksgiving Dinner. Yes, this happened once, and most of you familiar with this industry have probably been there, whether back in your college days or perhaps last month, when struggling to hit that deadline.
One of the cornerstones of Sensuus is our experience and education in Architecture. We are a team who practices what we preach on a daily basis. This gives us an inside track on many of the details that make our VR experiences successful. By now, you’re probably familiar with the fact that we view ourselves as an Architecture Visualization or Feel-ization company, for lack of a better term, who view VR as the best type of technology to support our philosophy. If a tech-first company was producing VR experiences for this industry, without any real world Architectural experience, it would be the equivalent to someone who is a whiz in CAD but has no understanding of what they are drawing. Through our experience, we’ve found that answering the 5W1H questions are what separate the best from the rest (who, what, where, when, why and how).
This is what makes us different in the market, if you could even call this a market yet. We have seen huge shifts in Architecture in the last 2 decades relating to how drawings are produced. At Sensuus, we are a team who has been enveloped in this shift. It began with the finest form of hand-drawing, followed by the transition to CAD programs...and not just one, but multiple types of CAD software. We now find ourselves at yet another turning point as we forge forward into the world of Virtual Reality. Looking back even 10 years ago, it was perhaps enough to be proficient at one piece of software and still be successful.
However, nowadays, the demands for keeping up with the competition, and striving to exceed your clients expectations are forcing many to adopt multiple pieces of software. Given our experience, we have worked in many, if not all, of the industry standard CAD programs available today. Because of this, we are able to work with a variety of file formats you may have, whether native to your specific CAD program (Sketchup, Revit, 3DS Max, ArchiCad, etc...) or files which have no 3D information associated with it at all.