Matt Sudaholc, PE demonstrates the VR headset to the crowd.

Klingner's Pella Office held a Virtual Reality (VR) demonstration on November 14 at the Pella Opera House. Professionals and students from around the area explored our interactive building and site models, and a few of them even took over the headset themselves.

VR is an integral part of Klingner's architectural and engineering design process. Not only does it give clients unparalleled access to the project before construction, but VR promotes greater overall accuracy. These models magnify every major building system individually or in relation to one another to develop a sense a place, determine true orientation, and avoid costly mistakes by revealing potential conflicts.

Interested in how VR can enhance your building project? Ask our team today.

Derek Mulch, AIA, and Matt Sudaholc, PE, with an attendee wearing the VR headset.