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Tag: virtual reality

3D Virtual Tour in San Carlos

Here is the 3D virtual tour of the home in San Carlos whose photos I posted a few days ago. Don’t get me wrong, real estate photography is still king when listing a home, but to truly see a listing one most experience it. 3D virtual tours bring the public into the listing with just a click of the mouse. For a total immersive experience these tours are compatible with the most popular virtual reality apps. These are the next WOW factor!

3D Virtual Tour in San Mateo

I did the photography for this home in San Mateo and posted the photos a few days ago. I was also lucky enough to use my Matterport camera and scan a 3D tour of this really cool house. Everyone gets excited when I talk about 3D tours. I have been doing several of these and will post when I get a chance. Check this one out!


3D Virtual Tour Page on Website

I am very excited to share my new 3D virtual tour web page I have published onto my website. This will give everyone a chance to see some of the beautiful 3D tours I have made and answer some lingering questions about 3D virtual tours. This exciting new venture holds a lot of promise in real estate, as it is now possible to transport the casual and serious listing browser alike right into the property while using virtually any device. I am thrilled to be part of this new technology. Check out my 3D page here:

3D Virtual Tours by Rick Rowland


3D Tour in San Francisco

I continue to explore the possibilities and opportunities of creating 3D tours. These tours are extremely engaging to the viewers and also compatible with virtual reality applications. This is a 3 story home in San Francisco’s Bernal Heights neighborhood. Enjoy!


3D Tours Now Available!

I am really excited to announce that I am now doing 3D Tours! I am really excited to be working with this technology and look forward to all the benefits that 3D imaging will bring to my clients. Here is my very first 3D tour.