Virtual Reality revolutionises the way customers can view unbuilt architecture. Where before we had only static visualisations and animations, we now have a wide variety of immersive solutions. Thanks to VR googles we can place the client inside the yet to be built appartment. Real estates can use streaming 360 video to walk their clients around new interiors without leaving their offices. Moreover, clients can only only see the space. They can also arrange it and try out furniture of their choice.
The benefits of using VR in real estate are quite obvious. It's a real timesaver. Allows your offers to expand their reach with less money spent on marketing materials. Last but not least – allows your potential cusomters to feel like they're already owners of the place.
Say you want to develop your project, but you still have not found a development team that you could trust. There's a lot of software, VR and AR agencies out there. Each has different skills, experience, work culture, and of course–a different location. The fact that they are somewhere on the other side of the Ural, next to the Chinese Sea or somewhere near the Crimea raises your fears. You think: "This guy works in an office in Ho Chi Minh. Will he be able to understand what my goal is and what are the nuances of running my venture?"Read whole article