This paper demonstrates a workflow converting terrestrial laser scan (TLS) data into an interactive virtual reality (VR) platform. A VR exhibition prototype of Lincoln Cathedral was created to validate the established workflow in terms of the technical and visual performance, usability, and functionality. It combined TLS data and storytelling to produce a shareable platform, inviting opportunities for public engagement, and to facilitate custodians with the tools to maintain the building’s heritage. The paper discusses the use of open sourcesoftware and suggests future work.
|Title of host publication||Future Trajectories of Computation in Design (17th International Conference, CAAD Futures 2017): Proceedings|
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - 12 Jul 2017|