The use of augmented-reality and virtual-reality technologies is gaining popularity with retailers and retail real estate owners alike.
With projects to date including working with major corporations such as Hyatt Hotels, Radical Galaxy Studio has earned its rank as
The difference is that a home is captured from its root beginnings, such as CAD files and materials lists. Radical Galaxy can place a client’s actual furniture within a rendering of
Radical Galaxy Studio founder Matthew Shaffer had the pleasure to speak at the January lunch talk for the Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) in Seattle,
Until recently, augmented reality (AR), as a palpable concept, was floating somewhere between a filament of avid developers’ vivid imaginations and scripts of sci-fi blockbusters.
Sometimes, things just fit together. Those, you-complete-me types of unions are often accompanied by a response of joy and bliss and then, if the fit is built to last
The January lunch talk for CREW will tackle the thorny topic of technology. Matthew Shaffer of Radical Galaxy Studios will discuss how VR is affecting CRE; and there will be a
“The building industry will change significantly over the next few decades as advances in technologies create the ability to
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
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
Baltimore Business Journal: VR company coming to Owings Mills wants to help you walk through a room before it’s built
Imagine getting to walk through your remodeled kitchen or bedroom before renovations even start. You could get a feel for
Geekwire: Oculus will need somewhere to put all those people, and the real estate and virtual reality communities are buzzing about a