Displaying ingenuity in virtual reality

A MODEL COMPANY: Thomas Steere, a 3D computer-aided design specialist, left, and his mother, Patricia Steere, president of Steere Engineering Inc., display a virtual-reality rendering of the Mount Hope Bridge, and a computer-aided design model of the Sumner Tunnel in Boston, in the firm’s Warwick office.
PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN
A MODEL COMPANY: Thomas Steere, a 3D computer-aided design specialist, left, and his mother, Patricia Steere, president of Steere Engineering Inc., display a virtual-reality rendering of the Mount Hope Bridge, and a computer-aided design model of the Sumner Tunnel in Boston, in the firm’s Warwick office.
PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN
2019 PBN Innovative Companies: Architecture, Construction & Engineering Steere Engineering Inc. STEERE ENGINEERING INC. has a way to manage bridges via 3D virtual reality. Before stepping foot on the span, they can teleport there and see it in real time, with data on its known defects, inspection reports and more. The technology started at Steere…

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