A Case Study of the Failure of Digital Communication to Cross Knowledge Boundaries in Virtual Construction

@inproceedings{Neff2010ACS,
  title={A Case Study of the Failure of Digital Communication to Cross Knowledge Boundaries in Virtual Construction},
  author={Gina Neff and Brittany Fiore-Silfvast and Carrie S. Dossick},
  year={2010}
}
idea that has to still be developed quite a bit. There’s kind of a gap there, that the architect is really not to where the rendering is showing it to be. . .. Interviewer: Have you been in that situation where you’re showing your client a 3D rendering and they misunderstand it and think you’ve already made all the – Architect: Yes. ‘Oh, I thought we were going to have green walls with wood doors’, and We’d say, ‘No, that was just something we put in the model because we had to. We had to show… CONTINUE READING
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