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Scottish Knowledge Exchange award winners

A UNIQUE technology for the construction industry offering immersive ‘walk throughs’ of unbuilt houses and a technique for new drug discovery are among the winners of The Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards 2018.

The Innovation of the Year was awarded to a family-owned business, Norscot Joinery Ltd, in Caithness, which builds kit homes.

The company partnered with University of Strathclyde to research and develop virtual reality show home software combining advanced interactive visualisation of buildings with Building Information Modelling data. It will allow clients to immerse themselves in a house before it is built and interact with the design process, providing a better understanding of cost impacts of design changes.

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