Brett Davis (left) and Darren Pesich say the in-house simulation creation, Reality Engineering, has attracted interest from property businesses in the eastern states. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Engineering the future of property development

Virtual reality has met reality at Cedar Woods Properties’ Bushmead Estate development near Midland, thanks to a technology called Reality Engineering.

Developed in-house at Wood & Grieve Engineers’ Perth office, the tech allows potential buyers to virtually immerse themselves in the neighbourhood where they hope to buy.

Reality Engineering pairs current 3D design software with gaming software to create an interactive virtual model of proposed developments; prospective buyers don a virtual reality headset to visualise their future street or home, or engage in the experience online.  


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At 3D Walkabout ( we're also working in this space creating 'virtual display homes' for a number of Perth's leading home builders. It's a great technology and good to see it becoming more common place in the industry.

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