Leverage 3D space capture, digital twins and immersive models to increase efficiency, extend sustainability and boost engagement.
MKAI invite you to discover and learn about interior 3D space capture and immersive model generation on 6th October 2022, 1-4 pm – at the Chaffron Business Centre, Milton Keynes College.
This interactive workshop will introduce you to the Matterport platform, which is a fast and affordable way to capture engaging virtual walk-throughs of interior spaces and more.
This is a great opportunity to learn how to leverage 3D space capture, digital twins and immersive models to increase efficiency, extend sustainability and boost engagement in your business.
Everyone is welcome from all industries and sectors.
Thursday 6 Oct 2022 ⋅ 1 pm – 4 pm (United Kingdom Time)
Contact the organiser: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the workshop:
This workshop will introduce you to the Matterport platform, which is a fast and affordable way to capture engaging virtual walk-throughs of interior spaces. Using dedicated camera hardware or a number of other camera models, you are able to photograph and scan a location which is then turned into a 3D digital twin of the space.
Aims for the workshop:
By attending this workshop, you will gain an understanding of the benefits and limitations of using digital twins created with Matterport technology. The workshop will explore the reasons for creating a digital twin and how they can help your business be more efficient. When constructing or renovating a space, it can be extremely helpful to be able to see and share the space with others. Once captured a space can be explored by anyone, anywhere in the world.
What you will learn:
Matterport provides all of the tools needed to create and share immersive experiences online. You will see how labels and tags can be added to a model to enhance understanding and guide a user around a space. You will also discover how easy it is to use a Virtual Reality headset, like the Meta Quest, to explore the space and make it feel like you are really there.
You will discover how quick and flexible the process is and how powerful the results can be.
You’ll learn about:
The importance of creating digital twins that can be used as part of an overall sustainability strategy, for example; reducing carbon emissions, and reducing travel.
How the raw data captured by the scan can be used in other ways, for example in 3D programs and in a Building Information Model (BIM).
How creating immersive environments can be used as a marketing tool for your business and brand.
The Greener Construction workshop will teach you all about Matterport technology, including how it works and what types of industries it can benefit from. Construction professionals, design and development teams, architects, interior designers and installation specialists will be able to learn how others have used Matterport to create compelling content that helps people understand complex environments.
Creating a Matterport model and the resulting user experience can be a valuable asset to a wide variety of industries, including museums, retail, hospitality and visitor attractions, as well as construction, engineering, architects and properties for sale.
Your Workshops Subject Matter Expert:
The workshop will be led by Nic Gordon, owner of Mango Multimedia. Nic discovered the Matterport platform in 2017 and quickly saw its potential to deliver interactive and valuable content for clients and customers across a large number of business types. Since then he has gone on to scan and deliver multiple models including retail and office spaces, theatres, hotels and a large university library building. Nic has been creating digital media since 2000, always with the aim of telling stories and engaging with the audience. By using his creative and practical skills he delivers well-thought-out and cost-effective solutions. His combination of techniques and technology enables him to produce results which inform, promote and inspire
Who is the course for?
Business leaders looking to gain an understanding of the benefits and limitations of using ‘Digital Twins’ with Matterport technology.
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