Augmented reality developers Augmented Pixels has just released a new update to their real estate sales app, intuitHouse, which allows agents to display properties to their clients using Augmented Reality.
By scanning a physical model, print material or physical location, the app displays informational hotspots on key areas of the building. Tapping on the hot spots reveal different floors of the building, immersive 3D 360 views of key areas, photos, or more information.
I had a quick chat with CEO Vit Goncharuk about the primary use case for developing the app and he said that:
“Our key clients are real estate developers and agencies who are interested in how to demonstrate real estate to their customers in VR and AR. The app allows them to decrease time of purchase + improve their brands (they are using innovative technologies during sales etc).”
App customers are provided with access to their cloud, where clients can manage all content, etc. The last version of the app was launched on May 15, and they are planning to release version 3.0 in 2 weeks which will support the architecture models, as seen in the video.
Real Estate is a prime industry that can benefit from AR development and intuitHouse is an excellent example of how to use AR for sales in a very useful way. It provides a high tech sales tool for visualizing features, offering different visual perspectives to large areas and putting information in places where it is needed.
Be sure to check out the other projects from Augmented Pixils, including their 4D National Geographic puzzles app. You can expect more great things from these guys.
Sean Earley is the Executive Editor of AR/VR Magazine & co-founder of RobotSpaceship Podcast Network. He is the Director of New Biz Development and Publishing at KEMWEB, a musician, producer & consultant. He loves guitars, VR and coffee.