GLORY TOP BRINGS IN VR TECHNOLOGY FOR BATHROOM DESIGN AND VISUALISATION
When it comes to bathroom planning, architects and interior designers generally use sketches and computer software to define layouts and provide an impression of what it will look like when it’s finalised. However, as technology continues to develop and migrate from one industry to another, there is now another option, where you can actually get a more realistic picture, and it can be tweaked and altered to perfection before building begins. This is what Hong Kong company, Glory Top is offering with the virtual reality (VR) technology it employs. The company – one of the city’s leading suppliers of sanitaryware, sensor solutions, architectural hardware, mosaic tiles and home decor – utilises a VR platform to give homeowners, designers and architects a three-dimensional image. The VR delivers a creative 3D effect and visual insight for users – whether for private residences, hotels or commercial projects – whereby they can choose brands and sanitaryware to design a bathroom on a 1:1 scale. Users of the VR technology can mix and match faucets, shower sets, toilets and accessories, and see how the bathroom will look and work, right down to the soft closing of the toilet seat and the water flow from faucets, as well as how the space will feel. Glory Top has already presented this VR system to numerous architectural firms across Hong Kong, and it has received a positive response from property owners, architects and interior designers alike. The company was also one of the sponsors of BCI Equinox Hong Kong 2018, a boutique cocktail and trade exhibition evening where product suppliers and manufacturers showcase their products and services to architectural and design professionals. By using innovative virtual reality technology, Glory Top brings an advanced way of viewing bathroom planning and new possibilities to architects, designers and developers.
LHP: Guests experience the VR technology at BCI Equinox Hong Kong 2018 RHP TOP: VR technology is enjoyed by visitors RHP BOTTOM LEFT & RIGHT: A clear image of your future bathroom is visualised using VR technology