Radical Galaxy was invited to speak at the Spring 2019 ULI Meeting in Nashville. The Spring Meeting is an exclusive event for ULI Full Members which are some of the most senior and influential leaders in real estate.
Radical Galaxy spoke about the various uses of virtual and augmented reality and how Radical Galaxy is helping to maximize their clients IRRs. The firm pushes the boundaries between reality and technology, allowing owners and clients alike to envision a radical new world.
Radical Galaxy demoed various projects at the event from high rise condos, large multi-use complexes to master planned communities. Within AR and VR clients have the ability to review numerous options and make decisions such as changing structural elements and choosing from a variety materials for the walls and floors. Everything that is seen in the virtual world is what the space will look like in the real world once the project is complete. VR also allows the process of finalizing plans to become straightforward for all parties involved including, architects, interior designers, engineers and the client. In turn, there is less of a need to coordinate schedules to meet in person to discuss projects. Each user can be anywhere in the world and see what is going on from a computer or headset.
“I’m extremely pleased to have been invited to speak with the ULI CDC council about the usage of augmented and virtual reality in real estate,” said Matthew Shaffer of Radical Galaxy.
The main conference’s extensive speaker line-up included: Andrew Beaird of Core Development, Dave Bagg of Green Street Advisors, Adam Ducker of RCLCO, Erwin Effler of Ryan Companies, Rich Monopolo of Boston Properties, Phil Payne of Ginko Residential, Michael Spies of Tishman Speyer and Rick Wood of Chestnut Real Estate.
If you want to learn more about the conference please go to https://uli.org/