EVOLUTION OF PLANNING, PRESENTATION AND SALES
ARCHITECTURAL VISUALIZATIONS IN VR
How can technology help brands get more exposure and awareness in the age of rapid advancements?
HOW DO YOU APPROACH NEW CUSTOMERS?
In the competitive world of real estate, one of the most invaluable assets people have is time. Time to visit every location and explore all possibilities on the market. Traveling is sometimes impossible, and choices are made only by looking at promotional materials. If construction projects are underway, there is not much to see but 3D computer renderings on screens or in printed brochures.
That time has changed. Today’s technologies provide opportunities to immerse yourself in the visualizations representing non-existing objects. Through the use of virtual reality headsets, we can now showcase complete projects, as if you are physically present at the location. If you haven’t experienced VR, it is tough to imagine its impact on the industry – you simply need to see it to believe it.
By using Augmented Reality features, customers can explore 3D interactive objects just by pointing the camera of their mobile phones into pictures in your brochure.
360 STEREO PANORAMAS
AND 3D OBJECTS POP OUT
YOU OWN BRANDED APP
Our mobile apps feature both Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality packed in one branded application. For customers that don’t have VR cardboard glasses, there is an option to explore VR environments in regular mode by using fingers or gyroscope.
3D GLASSES AS A PRESENT
EVERYBODY LOVES TO GET SOMETHING
The best option when introducing a new project to clients is to give them something to remember you by. 3D glasses are a low-cost present that can open the whole world of virtual reality to anyone who downloads your app.
WHEN THE PICTURES COME TO LIFE
Even though VR is bringing immersion like never before, people still like printed materials. In the case of digital introduction, brochures are used for two essential reasons: give instructions on how to download the app, and provide image targets used in augmented reality.