3-D should stay 3-D, said Chris Callen, CEO of GRIT Virtual.

And with the rise of virtual reality and augmented reality technology, that philosophy can be applied to the construction of 3-D buildings, Callen said.

Wichita-based GRIT Virtual is a software-as-a-service platform for large contractors. It uses VR software to streamline the workflow for construction projects, increasing efficiency and decreasing time, Callen said.

“VR isn’t our value proposition,” he said. “We sell VR as a means to a greater end, which is the algorithm, the workflow and everything that comes out of our system.”

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Kenton Hansen on 03 October 2017
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