Innovation is driven by a need for change in an industry, especially one that is rocked by world events (like a global pandemic). Humans are able to accomplish great feats when under pressure and this is where true innovation springs forth. When times are uncertain, people are able to change their lives and their businesses with a little dedication and elbow grease. So what do you do if one morning you are unable to carry on your business as usual? Do you sit and sulk and feel sorry for yourself? Or will you answer the call of innovation?
Historically, those in industries like real estate, home improvement or development spaces have utilized 3D rendering technologies in order to sell their visions of the perfect home to many clients over the years. But now, even those businesses that have never used 3D rendering before are turning to it as a solution to continue their business growth.
With 3D rendering, you can create architectural visualizations, virtual reality tours, animated property videos, and much more as you plan for the future of your business. We’ve compiled a list of a few things business owners are creating to sustain their businesses during these uncertain times.
Create a Virtual Reality Tour For Your Art Gallery
Many world famous museums, like the Guggenheim Museum in New York, have turned to virtual tours so people can still enjoy art while cooped up at home. This was a response to the worldwide quarantine closures.
Why not do the same for your art gallery? Now anyone with an internet connection is able to visit world famous museums from London to Seoul from their couch. This means that there is an audience there that you can definitely tap into.
You are able to virtually showcase any works of art you might have on sale, and potential customers can navigate through your gallery all times of day and at their leisure.
Planning New Home Builds or Renovations
With nothing much else to do but stare at the same four walls each day, it’s no wonder many homeowners are taking the opportunity to rethink their existing space or are interested in building an entirely new one.
The quarantine has really highlighted the importance of living in a home that you love. Using 3D renderings, anyone can plan their new homes or renos down to the last detail.
Real Estate and Virtual Tours
Before coronavirus, real estate agents could just book home tours the usual way. But now the pandemic has changed that. Virtual reality tours are being utilized heavily for those who work in real estate, mostly because it is the only option available right now.
One of the major benefits of this is exactly that you do not need to be physically present in order to conduct a tour. This can be a great time saver for busybodies. Simply send over a video or a link and your work is done!