Two construction workers looking at a digital twin a tablet

Better visualization of buildings and construction with digital twins

We create digital copies of buildings and construction. These copies are called digital twins. They provide a greater understanding of a 3D space with high quality surface renders and true-to-life measurements.

On this page you can see some of our past projects, creating digital copies of modern buildings for visualization and collaboration. In the case of the Norwegian Armed Forces Museum, we display how we can also make a digital twin of existing, decades old buildings based on photo references and building plans.

The Norwegian Armed Forces Museum

We have collaborated with The Norwegian Armed Forces, to create a digital copy of their museum. The twin was constructed based on old architecture drawings and photographs of the museum.

The goal of this project was to investigate how close to reality we can get when recreating an existing building. We wanted to know how this can be used in different settings once the assets have been created.

TINE cheese factory

We have developed a prototype of a future cheese factory, In collaboration with TINE. Providing early visualization and HSE-training, this kind of prototype gives participants the possibility to consider and discuss buildings before construction starts. Virtual Reality gives a comprehensive understanding of how the drawings will function as actual buildings.

Of course, with CORE there are additional benefits. Such as, the users can access a library of objects, markings and text boxes that enhances the visualization. Everything can be saved for further discussion or for gathering different perspectives.

You can save time and money with a digital twin 

In addition to being a great visual tool, the twin can also give a lot of other benefits. Firstly, you can save money. Creating a digital twin early can help save costs. In fact it will also help you save time. It is easier to  prevent serious accidents by helping predict potential failures in systems like HVAC, water and electrical. Moreover, with a digital prototype it is easier to get funding from investors.

Secondly, you can still use the digital twin after construction is finished, for training, without affecting daily operations. Like HSE, Procedure training or skills training. The twin can also help ongoing structural enhancements. The insight they provide can help inform future decision making and offer invaluable insight.

Not to mention the twin becomes a great tool for collaboration. All parties involved in the project will be kept on the same page and avoid unnecessary field visits.


Six robots sitting in a meeting room, looking towards a robot pointing at a whiteboard with drawings on it.

With Fynd CORE digital onboarding is made easy

Sometimes clients need to discuss the use of larger areas. CORE combines the map application DSS with the digital twin. The map makes it easy to place and measure objects over landscapes and areas.

And of course, with CORE, Onboarding is made easy.
There is support for devices such as, VR-glasses, AR-glasses, pc, mac, tablet and mobile.

CORE Use Cases

Fynd Reality employees wearing VR headsets; in the background there's a canvas showing a immersive learning scene in virtual reality.

Creative Meeting Place

Virtual Conferences

Virtual Classroom

Decision Support System

Buildings and construction


Virtual Medication Training

Virtual Health Tech Training