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Virtual Profit or Revenue Reality – What Does VR Mean for the Channel?

Channelnomics By Howard Fast “Virtual reality (VR), not so long ago widely regarded as futuristic science fiction, now finds itself newly on the doorstep of a gold-rush boom that could see its appeal quickly broaden from enthusiasts and consumers to businesses in an array of industries. If, indeed, VR proves to be IT’s next big […]

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The Evolution of Wearable Tech in Construction Industry, Part 2

By James Benham, CEO of JBKnowledge, Inc. Last month, I wrote a brief intro to wearables devices, and why they’ll make a significant impact on the construction industry, especially when it comes to BIM. This month I’d like to continue the discussion on wearables and highlight some of the coolest wearable solutions our JBK Labs […]

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SmartReality Among Other Virtual Reality Apps for Design and Construction

Architect Magazine By Hallie Busta Walking clients through a project can be tedious, particularly if the work is still ongoing. Architects have long relied on paper, physical models, field visits, and, more recently, digital tools to convey progress on a project. Earlier this year, Autodesk announced plans to make 3D models created in a selection of […]

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JBKnowledge, Inc. Brings Virtual & Augmented Reality to BIM Forum

ENR.Com To take in the many presentations about building information modeling tools at the recent BIMForum conference in Dallas is to see first-hand the velocity of change arriving on construction jobsites, along with the upward move of the BIM adoption curve each year. Chris Heger, a superintendent with Turner Construction, talked through how BIM tools are changing […]

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Augmented Reality Shows Promise, But Has a Long Way to Go

Published on Construction Executive February 5, 2014 By Judy Schriener Augmented reality is cool, but what about the practicality of it for the construction industry? What are the benefits, and which ones could be realized first? What are the problems and challenges it is trying to solve?   These are some of the questions that need […]

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Speaking Event Recap: 2014 Synchro Conference

I was invited by Tom Dengenis, CEO of Synchro, to come and speak about Augmented Reality at their 2014 Synchro Conference in Orlando, Florida. While I always appreciate the chance to go to Florida during the winter, I really appreciated the time with Tom, his team and their great user base. For the uninitiated, Synchro […]

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The 2014 CES Techtravaganza

I managed to squeeze in a couple of days this year to head up to Las Vegas 2014 Consumer Electronics Show and boy was it worth it. I’ve been before so I knew the mayhem to expect, but this year really took the most important thing, innovation, to the next level. I was extremely pleased […]

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