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Journal: International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology (IJCIET) (Vol.9, No. 13)

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Page : 2009-2024

Keywords : Virtual Reality (VR); Constriction Areas; Planning; Visualization; 3D Approaches; 2D Approaches.;

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Virtual Reality (VR) technology has recently gained significant attention in the field of construction planning and visualization due to its potential to enhance project visualization, collaboration, and communication. This paper presents a comprehensive review of the use of VR technology in construction planning and visualization. The paper analyses the advantages of using VR technology in the construction industry, including enhanced visualization, improved communication and collaboration, and reduced construction costs and time. The paper also highlights the challenges associated with the implementation of VR technology in construction planning and visualization, such as high cost, technical challenges, and the need for specialized training. The paper concludes with recommendations for future research and the adoption of VR technology in the construction industry. A collaborative framework that implements a real-time, two-way link between an immersive virtual reality environment, where the automatically calculated industrial building is visualised, and a parametric modelling component that performs optimised structural calculations. Users quickly examine the updated building design and the accompanying fitness metrics by changing parameters that define the outcome of the structural calculation inside the virtual environment. a tool for creating a three-dimensional (3D) model. The suggested 3D worksite organisational concept is tested using 3D worksite organisational concept is tested using VR. To describe the suggested organisational design for the situations, a descriptive case study is investigated. One of the research tools used in this study for data gathering and assessment objectives is a questionnaire survey. In comparison to 3D VR-based jobsite layout organisation, it has been discovered that standard 2D approaches are simpler to comprehend and take less time for consumers. The results, however, showed that 3D VR-based jobsite layout design is easier for users to understand and improves the capability of constriction areas.

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