Fresno, California (PressExposure) February 12, 2011 -- Is it virtual or reality? Virtual Engineering is a company specializing in more than just commercial build outs. They are re-defining how buildings are built by taking the guess work out of the project!
David Key Fresno, president of Virtual Engineering seen to the right, is directing workers to the details of a custom waterfall being built within the Fresno Acura dealership. The design was first generated in a 3D virtual tour so that the project could be experienced before it was built.
The idea of allowing clients to experience the project before its built saves not only time but money. "When we received the original blue prints to the Acura dealership, we found several errors in the blue prints. So many errors that we suggested rebuilding the project in a 3D virtual tour. The 3D tour showed obvious visual errors in the project which could be quickly fixed on the fly," says Key. "Once these errors were corrected in a virtual environment, the project was quickly re-coverted back to CAD engineering. The results were truly amazing!"
The technology used in Virtual Engineering was a result of the techology integration by David Key Fresno. Key received his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering then specialized in Computer Science. His vast background in technology design, robotics, bar code techology and engineering degree helped him with his new way of engineering these projects. Key says, "We are working on a way to convert CAD engineering to machine language so that we can robotically manufacture steel walls into pieces for quicker installations."
"Who would have known that all those years of education and jobs would have brought me to this place," says Key. David Key Fresno is currently working on a procedure that will convert CAD engineering into machine code for robotic automation for the commercial and housing markets.