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.
Mark Zuckerberg may have said that it will take at least ten years for virtual reality to reach the mass market, but all that means it that companies currently working in the space have ten years to perfect and develop what they’re doing.
HoloSpace is literally a hologram through which you can custom build your own products and be taken on an educational journey when you look to buy a product.
Every startup playing in the virtual reality space is putting a large bet on VR devices becoming part of mainstream culture. The media space is in a state of constant transition and very soon the relationship that consumers have with movies, television or even online platforms like YouTube or Vine won’t be driven by social media but rather immersive experiences.
Realestate.com.au partners with 3D visualisation startup Scann3d to transform the online property ecosystem
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.