Herman Teirlinck building in mixed reality
The Herman Teirlinck building is the newest building of the Flemish Government, and houses a number of Flemish governmental organizations, good for 2600 employees. The building itself is very advanced when it comes to sustainability and accessibility, well-being and comfort.
On Open Bedrijvendag, the Open Company Day, we wanted to give the people a high-tech, behind the scenes look at some of the features that are making this happen, with the use of augmented reality and 3D animations.
Look through walls, stand, and look around on the top of the roof, see how the passive cooling and heating work and walk around entire floors in virtual and augmented reality.
3D animated holographic display
In the main street of this functional building, where most people start their tour, we grabbed the attention of the visitor with a quite futuristic holographic cube that displayed a 3D-animation of the building. This is also where we invited them to install Augmented Routes, our AR platform that hosts the content.
The content isn’t stuck in the application, models are easily re-used for 3D animations for displays with smooth voice-overs.
Augmented Routes content management platform
Thanks to the content management platform, the organizer of the event is able to
- Create points of interest on multiple floors
- Add triggers like geo locations or tags
- Add content in augmented reality, virtual reality, 360 content, text, audio or video