The Top 5 Proptech Storm Will Hit Real Estate Industry in Next Decade (4) – Augmented reality and Virtual Reality

1 Game Changer – Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality

AR and VR Tech has a booming growth in the last few years and is continuing to grow fast. According to recent statistical reports in 2019, the total income of AR/VR is up to $2.6 billion.

In order to create an interactive experience with their buyers, the real estate developers have been using 3D video and 3D photography initially, which is a good way to show the interior space to the clients. AR/VR enhances the viewing experience for the clients further. People can even tour homes without going to the sales gallery in person. So, AR/VR, game-changer, is changing the way of viewing houses.

2 What Is Augmented Reality?

Augmented reality is an interactive experience of a real-world environment where the objects that reside in the real world are enhanced by computer-generated perceptual information. An easier way to understand AR is to regard it as any additional tech, tool or app that an extra layer of interactivity within a virtual reality environment. If the showunit is rough house, but you want to present the optional furnishings, AR is a good choice.

3 What Is Virtual Reality?

Virtual reality is a simulated experience that can be similar to or completely different from the real world. Standard VR systems use either virtual reality headsets or multi-projected environments to generate realistic images, sounds and other sensations that simulate a user’s physical presence in a virtual environment. If the house is off-plan but you want to pre-sell it soon as possible, you can invite the type of company to present it.

It sounds like VR/AR are similar in some ways. Right, they both use the same type of technology and help users experience virtual environments with more details. The main difference between VR and AR is: VR -The combination of virtual and reality;AR -Complete virtual scene. What’s more, the usage of them is different, it requires a headset when you use VR to visualize a real-life setting in 3D, while AR is convenient to use, you can tour it through an app on phones, tablets and laptops.

4 Why Real Estate Needs AR/VR Tech?

AR/VR, an immersive technology, can create a new reality by leveraging the 360 space. Technological advancements make AR/VR easy to use and take a better experience for clients. 

♦ Meet the needs of selling in advances;

♦ Make new projects easier to sell to overseas buyers;

♦ Simplify the process of selling and buying properties;

♦ Builds Emotional Connections;

♦ Save time and money.


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