Doug Gigi, left, and Lance Wolfson, right, of Interior Architects’ Charlotte office, displaying two virtual reality headsets. They’re using virtual reality to show clients what buildings will be like inside before construction even starts, and to make changes on the fly quickly and easily.
Doug Gigi, left, and Lance Wolfson, right, of Interior Architects’ Charlotte office, displaying two virtual reality headsets. They’re using virtual reality to show clients what buildings will be like inside before construction even starts, and to make changes on the fly quickly and easily. Ely Portillo
Doug Gigi, left, and Lance Wolfson, right, of Interior Architects’ Charlotte office, displaying two virtual reality headsets. They’re using virtual reality to show clients what buildings will be like inside before construction even starts, and to make changes on the fly quickly and easily. Ely Portillo
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