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Augmented Reality Architecture / Virtual  Heritage Architectural  Reconstruction (3D Rendering)

Using augmented reality architecture, we can bring back to life architecture and cultural heritage using virtual reconstruction. Either by natural causes or by the influence of the man, many lost places can be seen as they were in the past by using Augmented Reality Architecture and Virtual Reality. We are capable to film with 360° 3D  rendering 8K UHD videos and use drones to do air captures.

Visiting historical buildings or places using technology like virtual reality is a powerful tool to enrich the experience either by students or visitors. Also the reconstruction of archaeological excavation sites or historical architecture will give the audience an unforgettable experience.

Any building, structure can be brought to life with this new and exciting tool of  Augmented Reality Architecture. If you want to learn more about it, just drop us an email using our Contact Form or give as a call. Our team is more than happy to assist you and give you our best advice.


You can easily understand what has changed, what has survived and what has disappeared and is virtually recreated.

Exploration of Cultural Heritage Reconstruction

You’ll understand, in a simple and intuitive way, what corresponds to each of the ruins in front of you! Use Virtual Reality glasses to get a total immersion.


You'll experience something unique, something that is no longer existing but without a doubt, was very real!

How to Get to the Past

Introduce yourself in the world of the past, look in 360° thorough the window of your smartphone, tablet or even better a virtual reality head set.


Today's world has changed so much that travelling to the past is a challenge, an interactive avatar can help to explain it.

Interactive information

Bring the past to the present, explained by the characters who once were there, the virtual guides help you to understand it.

Virtual On has been a huge help providing a holographic solution for our event ” Kew Science Festival”. They provided a high quality display and quick and friendly service exceeding all of my expectations.

Chrissie Prychid, Royal Botanic Gardens, KEW

We were looking for a really eye catching display for the launching of our new perfume. Virtual On came through google and has provided a fantastic service, quick response times and amazing displays. Highly recommended.

Lauren Simon, Lauren Simon

3D Architectural Visualisation

We can use animated map, panoramic views, sections in order to rebuild the place, but not leaving behind the history, natural setting or evolution of each place. Users can also interact with 360° virtual environment to give them the most extreme experience.

Using 3D Architectural Visualisation is like going back reconstructing history with the help of characters who once were there enriching the experience, giving and extra information through virtual reality heritage.

Look at the videos below to see the amazing effect and what we can achieve by using 3D Architectural Visualisation. Please, do not hesitate to contact us to have more information and details about this technology.

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    As in maths, the ‘X‘ in XR is a variable that can stand for any letter. Virtual Reality (VR), Mixed Reality (MR), Augmented Reality (AR) generated content on the real world that can interact with the environment in real-time.

    Some of the features of AR are that the objects in the real world are suitable through computer-generated information, sometimes across more than one sensory modality such us visual or auditory.

    There are different types of augmented reality, for example, Marker-based AR which uses markers to trigger an augmented experience. Marker-less AR which is more versatile than marker-based AR as it allows the user to decide where to put the virtual object.

    While VR is more impressive, AR offers more freedom for the user, and more possibilities for entrepreneurs because it does no longer need to be a head-mounted display.

    Augmented Reality uses existing reality and physical objects to set off computer-generated enhancements over the top of reality, in actual time. Essentially, AR is a technological know-how that lays computer-generated images over a user’s view of the actual world. These photos usually take shape as 3D models, videos and information.

    Augmented Reality or “AR” adds digital content into a live camera feed, making that digital content looks as if it is part of the physical world around you. In practice, this should be whatever from making your face seem like a giraffe to overlaying digital instructions onto the physical streets around you.

    Augmented Reality uses your device to mix digital content material in the real world. Unlike virtual reality (VR), you won’t need any headsets, goggles, or different greater equipment. Instead, all you need is your device’s digital camera and an AR app. To use Google Play Services for AR, you need an Android gadget with a Google Account.

    Examples of Augmented Reality experiences include Snapchat lenses and Pokemon Go. Virtual Reality often abbreviated as “VR” implies a whole immersion experience that shuts out the physical world

    Augmented Reality often abbreviated as “AR” is the real-time use of information in the form of text, graphics, audio, and different virtual enhancements built-in with real-world objects.

    When we talk about AR, we are referring to technological know-how that overlays records and virtual objects in real-world scenes in real-time. It makes use of the current environment and provides statistics to it to make a new synthetic surroundings.

    AR refers to Augmented Reality, is an interactive experience of a real-world environment where the objects that dwell in the real world are enhanced via computer-generated perceptual information, now and again across a couple of sensory modalities, consisting of visual, auditory, haptic, somatosensory and olfactory.

    The HoloLens can be considered as the virtual reality headsets, however the VR headsets and Oculus Rift, the HoloLens does not transport you completely into the different world. … The Microsoft HoloLens can be considered as the future of augmented reality.

    Augmented reality AR is the integration digital information to create a view of a real-world environment to overlay a new one on top of it. Augmented reality does not replace the reality, it adds image or video content to the real world which is one of the main differences with virtual reality. 

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