The initial success of online satellite imaging was without high-resolution 3D viewing. As web users began to visit real-world locations, the need for greater image detailing became evident. One small company in Howell, Michigan has pushed the envelope of 3D simulation. HOWELL, MI, July 14, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/ — The initial success of online satellite imaging was without high-resolution 3D viewing. As web users began to visit real-world locations, the need for greater image detailing became evident. One small company in Howell, Michigan has pushed the envelope of 3D simulation. Now, users can do more than view buildings, they can walk inside. Search engine giants are taking notice.
Speaking on the condition of anonymity, a Silicon Valley-based web consultant stated, "Virtual location technology has immense marketing potential. Consumers want more than simply visiting addresses or morphing from spot to spot; the next evolution is to provide external and internal 3D simulation. Let them walk inside of buildings, look around and interact with merchandise."
About Real3D Places:
Real3D Places is a small online marketing outfit founded by Ken Cummings, the grandson of George Cummings ("Melts in your mouth, not in your hands"). Ken’s creation gives property developers, online retailers, golf courses, and entertainment venues an unprecedented marketing tool. Consumers can now walk through a location as if they were physically there. Real3D Places was reportedly discovered by famed designer Douglas Bowman.
Real3D Places provides:
– Digital representation of stores and merchandise,
– 360 degrees of visual depth and interactivity,
– Pixar-like location modeling,
– Real-world proportionality.
"3D modeling has been used for years, but what makes our product stand out is the level of detail and interaction," said founder Ken Cummings. "With our technology, a builder can view a property bare or with complete foliage and surrounding businesses. A potential homeowner can not only walk around the exterior, but go inside and cycle through wall paper, countertops and floors. Online consumers can stroll down Main Street; walk the beach of a resort, ride ski lifts and drive carts to explore the golf course in Pixar-like high-definition."
This technology will expand the current online limitations of 3D simulation, which is limited to outer surface exploration. Real3D Places recently launched a venture capital campaign and is seeking partners who understand the marketing implications of their technology. To learn more visit http://www.real3dplaces.com
Dennis Ross, Write Investment, Inc.
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