Architectural walkthrough enables and empowers more than just architects. This is also a tool for Real Estate and Building Developers; virtually anyone interested in using an architectural walk through to demonstrate upcoming projects and their concepts down to the smallest detail. Interactive technologies and high quality 3D models will grasp your investor’s (or potential investor's) attention, by showcasing the best parts of your project.
VostokVR knows this better than anyone.
Case Study. We were approached by a certain iconic coffeehouse chain to create interactive installation. What this means, is that investors can use hand gestures to control an interactive walkthrough, in a coffeehouse that has yet to be built! There is nothing like customized Google Cardboard to bring this walk through experience home to our clients. We have also developed a VR experience for the project.
IMMERSIVE PHOTO RENDERS
Real estate companies can't do better for investors and clients than offering an immersive photo render of the property in question. This new wave technology in VR is the ultimate sneak peek, providing extraordinary insight into what is possible in interior design, utilizing every meter of space, and so much more.
So what is an immersive photo render? Basically, it's modeling that starts out with a basic presentation of the space; its layout and dimensions. Next comes more detailed images of the interior modeling, a preview shot, and eventually a final rendering of exactly what a completed room will look. An immersive photo render lets you tweak and experiment with art installation, and the overall look of a real estate property until you get it exactly right. Meanwhile it's fun to look at, as images appear to have real volume in comparison with 2D panoramic tours.
VostokVR offers you our compelling case study:
Our 360 photo-tour for the Gear VR headset helped a popular hotel-chain. Instead of photos that looked too "unnatural and flat" to the customer, our product boldly recreated the hotel in 3D, using a special VR technique; one that gave us dramatic depth that a traditional photo-camera is simply incapable of.