With projects to date including working with major corporations such as Hyatt Hotels, Radical Galaxy Studio has earned its rank as one of the top providers of virtual and augmented reality content in the real estate industry.
Today the company is excited to announce, in partnership with Bradley Snyder, formerly of Apollo and Eastdil Secured, a major scaling and expansion of the current Bellevue, Washington business with the opening of a new office in New York City. (more…)
Skilled commercial real estate brokers have vivid imaginations. They can walk into an old office building or unfinished retail space and picture all the possibilities: glossy new floors, modern furniture, the new elevator that opens out into a freshly-remodeled amenities space. The average tenant, however, lacks such imaginative powers. Even small, easy-to-fix issues like a bad paint job or dated lighting fixtures can put off potential leasees, making them walk away from an otherwise perfect space.
But what if a simple tool could allow the would-be tenant to see what the broker sees?
Imagine being able to walk through your project before construction begins, without having to build model rooms or show suites. Radical Galaxy Studio is making that all possible with their team of designers, architects, and developers who are creating fully immersive virtual reality and augmented reality experiences.
Imagine getting to walk through your remodeled kitchen or bedroom before renovations even start. You could get a feel for the space, make changes to the decor and flooring, even see how the room would look if you moved a wall.
Radical Galaxy Studio offers that experience for homeowners and developers, using virtual reality.
Geekwire: Oculus will need somewhere to put all those people, and the real estate and virtual reality communities are buzzing about a massive expansion for Oculus in the Seattle area. Real estate sources tell GeekWire that Oculus is looking around for 200,000 square feet of research and development space in Redmond. Additionally, the company is rumored to be in the market for a big chunk of office space — possibly as much as 500,000 to 1 million square feet — in the Seattle area, according to three real estate sources not involved in Oculus’ search.