TRICK 3D a virtual reality (VR) and 3D animation studio, that has worked on projects for Delta Air Lines and CBS, has unveiled a beta version of its flagship VR product, Floorplan Revolution, at TechCrunch Disrupt this week.
The Floorplan Revolution application has been designed for use in architecture and real estate sectors. It will enable users to generate virtual spaces, create photo-realistic walkthroughs of floor plans and customize features, such as flooring, windows and interiors – all without a physical space as the application will only require a 2D floor plan.
“Virtual reality opens up great opportunities for all industries. With more than 10 years of experience creating virtual worlds, TRICK 3D is extremely well-positioned to be a leader in providing realistic and accessible VR solutions,” said TRICK 3D Founder Chad Eikhoff in a statement. “Floorplan Revolution solves the age-old problem of not being able to visualize a floor plan, and it’ll be accessible on all devices, including VR.”
TRICK 3D’s latest VR project was for Delta Air Lines, developing Delta Air Lines branded VR installations that enabled a life-like boarding and aircraft walkthrough experience for customers. The airline used this VR pop-up experience in Delta SkyClubs in airports across the US.
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