introduces best in class 3D virtual realty tour

| Updated: Oct 26, 2016 00:03 IST

New Delhi [India], Oct 25 (ANI): 60 percent of home searches are conducted online, making the internet a predominant medium for people to search and discover their dream homes. Keeping this in mind,, a leading online real estate marketplace, today announced a major upgrade to its Virtual Realty (VR) platform with the launch of 3D Virtual Realty Auto Tour. 3D Virtual Reality Tour provides a never before experience to home buyers giving them the feel of being physically present at the site from their Mobile, Tablets, Laptops and all VR gears Powered by groundbreaking 3D visualization technology from 3dPhy, the customizable tour features a high-resolution and an interactive 3D view from every angle inside a home. The one-of-a-kind '3D virtual tour' utilizes the latest cloud-based solution 'Auto Tour' to provide three different views for each home. 'First Person View' allows viewers to virtually walk through the home; 'Floor Plan View' provides a top view of the floor; and 'Isometric View' provides a bird's eye view, allowing users to rotate, zoom out and see a complete 3D view of the home. By combining the amazing 3D quality with Interactive Customer Experience (ICE) solutions, this cutting-edge technology offered by will allow users to visualize, interact and experience an environment which will transform the conventional way of viewing property options online. "At, we are continuously looking for technological innovation to enhance the online experience of our customers. The recent innovations in VR technology space is empowering us to build very thrilling and innovative experiences. With this new and best in class technology, our customers will now have the opportunity to walk through a home anywhere in India from the comfort of their couch," said Chief Technology Officer and, Ravi Bhushan. The technology makes it possible for to show prospective customers all they wish to see in their home even before the construction work begins. (ANI)