CAVE stands for Cave Automatic Virtual Environment. It's a five-sided virtual reality installation, with projections on four walls and on the floor. There's also a loudspeaker system to simulate localized noises. The 25 square meter box is over three meters high and the razor-sharp projection in 4K resolution provides a panoramic view, giving visitors a totally immersive experience.
Because you can freely move around in the 5x5 meter space, it's a great scenario for project teams. Participants wear sleek 3D glasses instead of closed VR glasses, which is perfect for inexperienced users.
It's a social experience too, sparking conversation about the (quite special) space. Everyone sees the same thing, so participants can have a productive session and evaluate the planning content together.
- Event where participants experience a building yet to be and convince stakeholders
- Multimodal visualization for various planners and different trade groups
- One-to-one check of spatial concepts: freedom of movement allows for the accurate validation of e.g. ergonomic concepts (Room Scale VR)
- Digital one-to-one mock-up of rooms and their equipment allows sampling and decision-making and is easy to combine with physical samples