New approach to a potential customers from afar
We brought a virtual showroom as a sales/marketing tool to a large-scale condominium project “Bodaiju Residence”.
This content can show a full CG version of the property on Oculus Rift or display panoramic images of a neighboring area of the building lot.
As for interiors, we put a focus on an accurate reproduction of the showroom and generating photorealistic texture of interiors. What we expect from this content are cutting costs for room tour or a wider approach to a remote potential customers.
If you bring this to a sales distributor in abroad, it helps a lot to fill the gap between sellers and potential buyers on their images for a property in advance, which allows seller to tour only the motivated customers around the actual property.
Even an elevator is describable with VR. Time zone switching function
We created this VR content for selling and marketing a retail/residential building in Phnom Penh.
We developed it for Occulus Rift but due to the need for face-to-face sales we developed for windows as well.
The greatest selling point of the property was an elevator so we focused on accurately reproducing it including its rising and falling motion.
We introduced a time zone switching function for this content, which we believe is a characteristic function of VR.
Visualize the future with a reasonably priced 360 camera
We developed a VR content for building lots sales in Japan.
We first virtually generated buildings then mounted them to images taken with “THETA”, a three to four hundred dollars 360 camera to produce the image of finished space.
It works as a tool to draw more attention and also is useful during a meeting at office because you can check things about the building site without going to the actual site.
We are planning to use this content in a wide variety way such as putting a QR code on leaflets or having VR experience events at the site.
Hope this sheds light on new possibilities of 360 camera.
Tight delivery scheduled animation project with only two-week production period.
Following the renovation construction work at Sihanoukville International Airport, we created a PR video.
Because we had only two-week production period since we had the first interview, it turned out to be a tight delivery scheduled project.
We managed to develop this before the deadline by breaking down tasks and assigning twice as much staff as usual.
3 floor plans and 5 renovation styles
Simulate your renovation with a selection of 7 colors
We developed a renovation simulation app works on Occulus Rift for visitors to simulate renovation.
With VR simulation, it becomes easier to have an image on the way the property looks like after having renovation therefore renovation service has a stronger appeal to customers.
What this content is capable of doing is renovating a standard (70 square meters) apartment flat with three different floor plans.
Users can also choose one from five different renovation styles, each style tagged with a keyword such as “vintage” or “modern” with one click and also can simulate parts that they want to be particular about such as kitchen, flooring material or wall material.
We were so keen on flooring material to generate its solid texture.
Experience both the exterior and interior with VR.
To the era of buying a custom-built house after seeing it.
We developed a VR contents for customers under consideration of buying a custom-built house.
It has been conventionally hard to imagine the finished picture of a custom-built house but with VR we made it possible to see both the exterior and interior.
It was because we standardized a flow and contents that we managed to cut the development cost.
While developing this content, we felt that buying a custom-built house after seeing its details would be standardized in the future.
Sharing third dimensional images with a full CG 360 virtual tour
We visualized a layout design by NAOYA KAWABE ARCHITECT & ASSOCIATES with a 360 virtual tour in which the visual point shifts between predetermined points.
Just by putting this content on a web site or sharing its URL helps sharing images on a building.
It has been conventionally hard to share a finished picture of a design for the 3-dimentional space with only a perspective or a blueprint but we succeeded in making it easier through virtual experiences on a smartphone or VR goggles.