Imagine being able to explore your home cinema room or entire smart home before it’s even built and installed. Wouldn’t it be helpful to be able to see first-hand how the proposed seating works with your space, how the walkway lighting looks and to be able to get a real feel for the project’s proportions, so you can be sure the design is exactly right for you and your family before the transformation begins? Thanks to virtual reality technology, you can.
As a custom installer of Control4 smart home technology and cinema systems, we want to make it as easy as possible for you to see your space during the design phase and to understand what is possible. And with our virtual reality demonstrations, it’s never been easier. Either from the comfort of your own home or the comfort of our C4 Certified showroom, you’ll be able to get an initial idea of the different cinema room styles available.
Here as some examples of Virtual Reality Rooms that we can demonstrate:
Virtual Reality & Home Design
Not just for gaming, virtual reality is being embraced by industry leaders to demonstrate products or design ideas. Increasingly popular with high-end architects and their clients, VR has enormous benefits as both a design and a visualisation tool.
A room design conveyed through a sketch or CAD model can sometimes fail to communicate the scale and spatial context. But communicate the same design idea with virtual reality, and the concept is transported into the real world, bringing the design and space to life.
Many leading home designers understand the array of benefits VR has to offer to their clients and their design process. Here are some of the ways that virtual reality will help you with your home cinema room or smart home design:
With virtual reality technology, the design of your home cinema room becomes much more than a 2D drawing, a photographic visualisation or 3D model. It becomes an environment in which you can engage and interact. Walk around in various design options and get a real sense of space, screen sizes and soft lighting features.
Have specific design ideas in mind for your cinema room? Starting from just £600, we can create completely customised designs for you to experience.
It may be a challenge to fully appreciate what your home cinema or media room designer has in mind from a CAD model. But with virtual reality visualisation, you’ll be able to get a clear sense of your room’s layout and functionality. And this clear understanding brings brilliant collaboration.
With a strong sense of the space, you’ll be more confident to suggest changes to the design. So you’ll be sure your cinema room will be exactly the way you want it.
Should you be unable to visit us at our Shrewsbury-based showroom for whatever reason, we can bring your home cinema room demonstration to you.
From the comfort of your own home, you can sit back, relax and enjoy the immersive experience of really seeing exactly how your new favourite room will look.
How Your Demonstration Will Work
Following an initial chat, we’ll select the cinema room designs we feel will best suit your needs. Then pop on a virtual reality headset, and you’ll get a 360-degree, first-person experience of each room. From changing the screen size and room décor to turning off the lights and removing wall panelling to see where hidden speakers are, you’ll be able to interact with and get the best possible sense of the space.
Following your VR demonstration, you’ll experience a cinema room in real life in our Control4 Certified showroom. Here you’ll see the jaw-dropping picture and sound quality for yourself — and understand why, with a Control4 home cinema room, you’ll never want to go out to watch a movie again.
Interested in a Home Cinema Room or Media Suite?
Visit us at our showroom in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, and you’ll see for yourself all the movie-time magic a home cinema room will offer you and your family. Experience the comfortable seating, the fantastic lighting options and the outstanding cinema audio.
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