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Event: How Perkins + Will Operationalize VR and Increase Efficiency

Global VR AEC industry leader, IrisVR, will be hosting a key webinar with Perkins + Will to showcase how the global architecture firm uses virtual reality in their design process.


While architecture firms are embracing virtual reality (VR) into their workflow processes, there are many challenges that firms must still overcome to maximize the benefit of VR. An upcoming free webinar will show attendees just how to do that.

Event: Perkins + Will Talk irisVR and Workflow

On 3 May 2018, at 2:00 pm EDT, for 45 minutes, Justin Benjamin, Design Applications Manager, Perkins + Will, will discuss the firm’s use and experimentation with immersive technologies like VR.

The 45-minute webinar will review Perkins + Will’s impressive uses of VR in the design process and Benjamin will review tactics he used to increase VR adoption within the firm. Key items include:

  • How to implement VR workflows into the design process without creating distractions
  • Tips and tricks for increasing adoption (and decrease training time) for project managers and designers
  • Real world examples of how VR has improved the design process and client satisfaction on various large-scale projects at Perkins + Will.

You can register for the event here. 

Webinar Speakers

Justin Benjamin, Design Applications Manager, Perkins + Will, has 13 years of experience in the AEC industry (the past 5 with Perkins + Will) and will be leading the webinar. Justin is focused on innovation and integration of various design applications relating to all phases of design and construction.

Ailyn Mendoza, Director of Customer Experience, IrisVR, will also be leading this webinar. She functions as the liaison between users and the engineering teams at IrisVR to develop features, case studies, and educational materials. Click on the image below to read more about both presenters or jump here.

01 – IrisVR will host a webinar this coming week featuring global architecture giant Perkins + Will and their use of VR in the design process.



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