48 – Augmented Reality & Virtual Reality Are Here, and Changing Commercial Real Estate!

Good morning and welcome to Episode 48 of The LeaseSmart Commercial Real Estate Podcast, brought to you by LeaseSmart.com. Your host is Craig Melby, the founder of LeaseSmart, whose objective is to find companies the best facilities and get them the best terms, making their business more profitable and less vulnerable to future, unpredictable circumstances.

We have a fascinating interview for you today! Craig is talking with Steve Aukstakalnis, author of “Practical Augmented Reality: A Guide to the Technologies, Applications and Human Factors for AR and VR.”

Let us be the first to share the good news with you that the future is here. Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality are, well, real. And, the implications for the real estate industry are huge.

First let’s go over the differences between VR and AR. Virtual Reality is wearing goggles and being able to see 360 degrees of a different location; to be able to move through it. Augmented Reality is wearing googles and being able to see your current location with additional cues, markings, information, etc.

Now, think of how this technology could enhance the experience of a client who is shopping for office space. Imagine being able to walk through a property without actually needing to travel to or walk through the property!

How else could you implement this cutting edge technology? What will happen if you sit around on the side lines and wait a few years before doing so? How expensive would it be to create these virtual reality tours? Tune in and join us to learn more!

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Steve Aukstakalnis can be reached via phone or e-mail. Give him a call at 305-432-2216 or e-mail him at steve@practicalar.com

Helpful Links:

Read Steve’s book Practical Augmented Reality

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