While the ultra-rich of Australia, as Domain termed them, snap up harbourside properties that are so big they get a name (you know a house is fancy when it’s on an estate and has a name, like Elaine, the $71 million Point Piper property Atlassian cofounder Scott Farquhar bought in 2016), reality for most other […]
Australian startup Venue Insider provides venue listings complete with virtual tours to help event planners go about their work quicker.
Adelaide startup Makers Empire has developed an app and teaching kit that allows kids to create 3D designs which can later be printed.
NZ-founded VR startup 8i has announced a US$27 million Series B round which will support the development of a new AR content creation app, Holo.
Startup Lithodomos VR is using virtual reality (VR) to construct detailed 3D experiences of global historical sites and bring history to life.
3D Content Hub is a startup which has transitioned into VR after merging with two international businesses to form the Virtual Content Group.
With virtual reality creeping further into the mainstream, 3D tour provider Scann3d has partnered with Realestate.com.au to scan 500 properties across NSW in order to further enhance the experience for prospective property buyers.
Sydney startup JAGONAL brings in the next generation of office space search engines. The startup finds the perfect office space for rent or sale through 3D virtual tours from every window in the city that is enhanced with a Google streetview style.
Australia’s biggest property portal, realestate.com.au, has joined forces with Melbourne based 3D visualisation startup Scann3d as well as property developer BPM, to transform the online property ecosystem. As a result, rather than house hunters and property investors having to rely on two-dimensional floor plans to assess the value of an investment, they can walk through an interactive virtual world and explore developments before they exist in the physical world.
Imagine coming across a property advert on a suburban street and having the ability to scan the advert using a smartphone to see floor plans in 3D or virtually walk through the property. This is what Perth-based startup Virtualiis enables.