VR to Give Great First Impression - New Homes Plus Feature

VR to Give Great First Impression - New Homes Plus Feature
21/11/17 Homeowners navigating their way through the building experience will now be able to visualise how their final home design will look, well before the very first brick has even been laid.

Thanks to virtual reality (VR) technology, homeowners who are building with Impressions the Home Builder will be able to experience first-hand the incredible opportunity to walk through the floor plan of their new home.

Impressions the Home Builder Sales Manager Rhys Watters said the company’s VR was recently launched to help homeowners see how their home design will look before it is built.

 “You can virtually walk through your new floor plan using the cardboard goggles and your smartphone, or you can view the virtual tour without the cardboard goggles on a computer or a tablet,” he said.

“Your new homes consultant will provide you with your free VR goggles and your 3D floor plan along with instructions on how to use the virtual tour.”

Mr Watters said this technology was introduced to enable homeowners to explore their new home in their own time, while allowing them to plan their furniture placement and purchases for each room and show off the floor plan to family and friends.

“We implemented VR because we understood that interpreting a 2D floor plan can be challenging, especially if you haven’t built before,” he said.

 “Through VR our clients can see the front elevation of their home and the combination of their chosen materials in 3D, which allows them to see what the overall result will be. They can walk the floor plan they are going to build and ensure it really works for them.”

Everything from ceiling heights and
the size of each room to window sizes and placements can be seen, giving homeowners a better understanding of the final product.

VR demonstrations are available at selected Impressions the Home Builder display homes. Contact the team to experience this technology with your very own eyes.

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