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Technology has been slow to penetrate the real estate sector. AR Code is being launched in that industry to bring up new and innovative changes in the way people buy, sell and interact with properties.
AR Codes to augment your Real Estate business
Real estate is a critical driver of economic growth in many countries. Innovative technologies are essential in this sector. AR Code technology offers different practical claims in the real estate industry.
An AR Code displays an Augmented Reality experience from any place (product, presentation brochure, website, etc.). It redirects its user to a technology that renders a virtual 3D content in the real environment.
For real-estate sellers, an AR view can reassure a colleague, a prospect or a customer on the final product. An AR QR Code can make an online home-buying experience more exciting. Virtual reality tours can be created to let buyers experience their future home without needing to physically visit it. AR Code technology is then very helpful for long-distance buyers who cannot physically visit the properties.
As virtual staging is an important step in the selling process, allowing realtors to virtually stage a property digitally also means they can skip the cost of physically furnishing a space. The addition of furniture and accessories via an AR Code is simple and efficient.
The architecture business uses Augmented Reality Codes to create realistic architectural projections and walkthroughs for potential clients. Below is an example using an AR code for a virtual apartment presentation:
Apartment tour via an AR QR Code
360 photo to AR Portal (https://ar-portal.com)
The AR Code web app allows you to easily create an augmented reality portal from your 360° photos. Perfect for easily providing an augmented reality tour of existing locations:
For iPhone & iPad users we have developed the AR Portal mobile app: AR Portal on the App Store
Architect 3D model
If you have created a 3D model of a place using any 3D design software such as Sketchup, you can easily upload your model on the AR Code web interface. Here is a 3D model of an architect in AR:
How to scan an AR Code?
Our 3D file hosting and conversion service allows users with smartphones running iOS >13 or Android >9 to view the AR experience by default. For more information, please see our detailed article: How to scan an AR Code?
To generate your own augmented reality experience of an apartment under construction, a house or building site, or an interior space such as a kitchen or bathroom,... sign up for a free trial account on our platform or contact us.
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