Virtual Sales Office (iTheater Video Glasses)

June 27, 2007

Imagine creating a virtual sales office using only your video Ipod. A company in Japan, Mikimoto, has made this fantasy a reality with the release of their iTheater Video glasses. The 78g light video glasses create a 50 inch image seen from 2.5m. Besides connecting to the iPod photo and iPod video, any other video source can be connected to the Mikimoto Beans iTheater glasses.

A vision from 3dwalkthroughs.com: A real estate agent or new property sales representative downloads a presentation which consists of 3D Walkthroughs, 3D Renderings and 3D Floor Plans to their iPod or laptop computer. They make an appointment to meet with a client where they sit them down in a quiet room and hook them up with the iTheater Video Glasses. The immersive experience effectively sells the property and allows the sales agent to close the deal.

Clearly there would be many more steps in the process, but with direction of today’s housing market it will be these type of innovative ideas that will help make one property stand out from another.


The 3D Flickr?

June 26, 2007

French software company Dassault Systemes has launched 3DVIA, a platform that will enable users to access, share and collaborate on three-dimensional services online.

The new platform seeks to become the Flickr of 3D content.
“Imagine a world where everyone can leverage the power of 3D, in which we can create, share, and experience life in 3D online, enabling us to join efforts to improve our living spaces and the products we use daily,” says Bernard Charlès, president and CEO, Dassault Systèmes. “DS and its partners will develop 3DVIA to lead the way in this area, enabling anyone with access to a computer and the Internet to use innovative, fun-to-use 3D services online.”

3dwalkthroughs.com will continue to experiment with 3DVIA and looks forward to collaborating with other professionals on 3D Walkthroughs, 3D Renderings, and 3D Floor Plans.

About 3DVIA:

3DVIA is Dassault Systèmes’ brand for online 3D lifelike experiences. It establishes 3D as a universal media for consumer and professional communities, and allows anyone to imagine, play, and experience products and services used in our daily lives. Once perfected in the virtual world, these can be delivered in the physical world. The Virtools product line is part of 3DVIA. For more information about 3DVIA, go to: http://www.3dvia.com.


The 3D Flickr?

June 26, 2007

French software company Dassault Systemes has launched 3DVIA, a platform that will enable users to access, share and collaborate on three-dimensional services online.

The new platform seeks to become the Flickr of 3D content.
“Imagine a world where everyone can leverage the power of 3D, in which we can create, share, and experience life in 3D online, enabling us to join efforts to improve our living spaces and the products we use daily,” says Bernard Charlès, president and CEO, Dassault Systèmes. “DS and its partners will develop 3DVIA to lead the way in this area, enabling anyone with access to a computer and the Internet to use innovative, fun-to-use 3D services online.”

3dwalkthroughs.com will continue to experiment with 3DVIA and looks forward to collaborating with other professionals on 3D Walkthroughs, 3D Renderings, and 3D Floor Plans.

About 3DVIA:

3DVIA is Dassault Systèmes’ brand for online 3D lifelike experiences. It establishes 3D as a universal media for consumer and professional communities, and allows anyone to imagine, play, and experience products and services used in our daily lives. Once perfected in the virtual world, these can be delivered in the physical world. The Virtools product line is part of 3DVIA. For more information about 3DVIA, go to: http://www.3dvia.com.


The 3D Flickr?

June 26, 2007

French software company Dassault Systemes has launched 3DVIA, a platform that will enable users to access, share and collaborate on three-dimensional services online.

The new platform seeks to become the Flickr of 3D content.
“Imagine a world where everyone can leverage the power of 3D, in which we can create, share, and experience life in 3D online, enabling us to join efforts to improve our living spaces and the products we use daily,” says Bernard Charlès, president and CEO, Dassault Systèmes. “DS and its partners will develop 3DVIA to lead the way in this area, enabling anyone with access to a computer and the Internet to use innovative, fun-to-use 3D services online.”

3dwalkthroughs.com will continue to experiment with 3DVIA and looks forward to collaborating with other professionals on 3D Walkthroughs, 3D Renderings, and 3D Floor Plans.

About 3DVIA:

3DVIA is Dassault Systèmes’ brand for online 3D lifelike experiences. It establishes 3D as a universal media for consumer and professional communities, and allows anyone to imagine, play, and experience products and services used in our daily lives. Once perfected in the virtual world, these can be delivered in the physical world. The Virtools product line is part of 3DVIA. For more information about 3DVIA, go to: http://www.3dvia.com.


Tracie Beer Designs

June 25, 2007

3Dwalkthroughs.com and Launchsight Solutions will work together to create a new website for the well known NYC interior design company Tracie Beer Designs.

We will impart elements such as flash animations,3dwalkthroughs, 3D Renderings and 3D Floor Plans to create an impressive showcase for her creations.


Tracie Beer Designs

June 25, 2007

3Dwalkthroughs.com and Launchsight Solutions will work together to create a new website for the well known NYC interior design company Tracie Beer Designs.

We will impart elements such as flash animations,3dwalkthroughs, 3D Renderings and 3D Floor Plans to create an impressive showcase for her creations.


Tracie Beer Designs

June 25, 2007

3Dwalkthroughs.com and Launchsight Solutions will work together to create a new website for the well known NYC interior design company Tracie Beer Designs.

We will impart elements such as flash animations,3dwalkthroughs, 3D Renderings and 3D Floor Plans to create an impressive showcase for her creations.