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UK government seeks AR and VR showstoppers for MIPIM pavilion

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The Department for International Trade (DIT) is on the hunt for architecture projects viewable with virtual or augmented reality systems for its UK government pavilion at this year’s MIPIM

Following last year’s focus on physical architectural models, the department is now looking for more immersive, digital schemes for its showcase exhibition at the international property trade show in Cannes. 

Working with digital partner Soluis, the department wants to receive submissions from UK practices for consideration and is particularly interested in larger scale projects and those outside London.

Schemes can be from any sector and the DIT is not asking practices to create new content, but to submit existing work.

Content should be easily compatible with Soluis’s technology and have been created using Unreal Engine (UE4) and built in version 4.12 onwards or produced in the latest versions of Unity 5.

The DIT adds that any content available in a different format or relatively raw digital design information can be converted by Soluis for a fee.

All content for consideration should be sent to Mia O’Neill at Soluis (mia.oneill@soluis.com) and copied to mipim@trade.gsi.gov.uk by Monday 26 February.

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Mipim 13.03.17 uk dti index

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