Our leaders, Marshall & Jessalea, are starting the biggest project of their lives: building their dream home. Over the next several months, Marshall will give us a glimpse of the highs and lows of home construction through 360 photos. Join us to see how Realtor360 displays properties beautifully, even when they are under construction.
The Unwritten Media team is pleased to announce that Realtor360app.com is up and running! Realtor360 is an agent’s best tool for showcasing properties with 2D and spherical photos via the web, mobile and virtual reality.
Click here for an example of how Realtor360 can transform real estate photography into an immersive experience.
The virtual tour has become a standard feature in most markets when selling a home. So, when Realtor360 announces itself as a virtual reality marketing tool for selling and viewing properties, it is understandably difficult to know what exactly sets us apart from the typical slideshow accompanied by elevator music.
Creating a new app can mean hours of code writing and advancing through trial and error. Testing your progress is key to making sure all of your work is translating into a useful and useable tool.
And sometimes testing looks like pulling out every device you own (and even buying some more) to experiment with as many makes and models as possible.
Last week, I wrote about Realtor360’s virtual reality capabilities. This week, you’ll learn about the hardware needed for the Realtor360 VR experience. Continue reading
Our company, Unwritten Media Inc, has dived head first into the world of virtual reality. We realized its potential in real estate, and created Realtor360 with the capability of immersing interested buyers in a VR experience. So, today’s Q & A post talks more about that.
Question: What are Realtor360’s VR capabilities? Continue reading
Now that Samsung has launched their consumer version of the GearVR, we thought it was the right time to announce our latest project: Realtor360.
Virtual Reality is not necessarily new, but it usually associated with gamers or those involved in technology and software. Or something we’ll use only in the distant future. However, it is quite possible the future for virtual reality is here, and many industries are looking to this relatively unknown technology to increase efficiency as well as customer interaction. Continue reading
The blueprint has come a long way. Almost every architect and builder can show their client 3D graphic images of a new build or a remodel. However, 3D images of a building are only as large as the computer screen. A client can’t fully understand the space until it is built. Continue reading