Bricklaying technology has barely changed for thousands of years. Could augmented reality be a disruptive technology to this ancient skill? All Brick Tasmania and the Australian start-up software developer Fologram collaborated to create something truly incredible. Using Microsoft Hololens, they have used augmented reality to design and construct a series of curving brick bench seats on several balconies in the new K block of the Royal Hobart Hospital.
This month we will also be hosting a Live Stream of the Hobart event for those in Launceston who are not able to attend our Hobart event in person. This has been kindly organised by UTAS. Please reserve your Free ticket for the Launceston event through the seperate Eventbrite event.
Please ensure you book your Free Ticket for either the Hobart Event or Launceston Live Stream.
The current agenda for the evening is;
6:00 – 7:30 – Presentations
Summary of User Group Committee Work
The Hedberg – BIM for Design, Documentation and Coordination
Augmented Reality for Construction
The Hedberg – BIM for Construction
Idea station and User Group future
7:30 – 9:00 – Networking drinks and nibbles.
A special thank you to UTAS for hosting our second event and both Hansen Yuncken and Engineering Solutions Tasmania for providing catering.
Date and Time
Wed., 4 September 2019 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm AEST
Dechaineux Theatre, University of Tasmania 41 Hunter Street Hobart, TAS 7000