One of the most common questions we hear about digital twins is, “How do I get started?” While a digital twin is usually a large-scale project, there are many steps you can take right away to start producing a prototype.
Beyond what we see, real-time technology can be used to enhance what we hear. Forward-thinking organizations are leveraging Unreal Engine to create real-time audio experiences and visualizations that can improve urban planning processes and help design buildings with acoustics in mind.
Digital twins are poised to usher in a new era for architecture, engineering, and construction, improving our buildings, our cities, and the quality of our lives. On this episode of The Pulse, guest host Fred Mills talks with industry experts about what we should expect from digital twins now, and in the years to come.
Digital twins are among the top AEC technology trends for 2021. But what are they, really? Here, we look at what a digital twin is, what it can do for the fields of architecture, engineering, and construction, and the technology at its core.
Autonomous systems require highly realistic environments, which in turn require huge amounts of data. Find out how Duality Robotics leverages a data format from the world of animated films to drive autonomous vehicles, robots, and drones.
At over 3,750 square kilometers, Shanghai is one of China’s biggest cities. That didn’t stop digital twin specialists 51World from creating a complete virtual clone of it, with the help of Unreal Engine. Its aim is to create a virtual reflection of the live city that is continuously updated in near real time.
A 3D-printed miniature of downtown Tampa, projection mapping, and real-time technology have been combined to visualize real-time data, creating a unique way to market real estate and assess urban development.