Tech Scene: Absolute VR

06/03/2019 - 14:20
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Absolute VR has created a ‘virtual display village’, allowing buyers to book an appointment to view homes from builders in Perth.

REAL: Daniel Aguiar (left) and Trent Yates want to bring VR to the property industry. Photo: Gabriel Oliveira

What?

Absolute VR has created a ‘virtual display village’, allowing buyers to book an appointment to view homes from builders in Perth. Using VR headsets provided by Absolute VR, buyers can view the range in the comfort of their own homes. Using true VR allows buyers to feel the space and understand floor plans in a more natural way without having to travel to do so. Through the process, builders can understand what is important to buyers, helping them to effectively assist clients and shorten sales cycles.

Where?

Find out more details at https://absolutevr.com.au/virtual-display-homes/ or drop by and see Absolute VR at the Perth Home Show at the end of March for a demonstration.

Who?

Absolute VR was founded by Trent Yates, who serves as chief technology officer, and Daniel Aguiar, who is the sales and marketing director.

Quotation

“After building two homes and battling through display villages with young children, I wanted a better, more convenient way to discover home designs,” Trent Yates said.

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The company will be launching its in-home services for Perth in April. It has not raised funds as yet, but plans to do so around June or July to continue expansion and launch into Sydney around September this year.

 

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