Cviker Augmented Reality for Real Estate Development, in the News
Updated: Jun 7, 2019
Augmented Reality in Real Estate – an innovator making the news
Since our very first Augmented Reality project back in June 1918 …Oh, June 2018 was it!? Wow, it seems longer, so much has happened…we’ve had precious little time to court the media. Rather, we’ve been focusing on evolving our technology so it works great for the likes of JBG Smith, Boston Properties, WGI, and a host more developers and architects.
But some media did find us. Here's a handful:
Smart City Works
Smart City Works ran a story on us, from the seed of cviker – a conversation with a visionary mayor in the city of Poprad – through to the roots we put down in Washington DC.
Their words: Cviker gives new meaning to the term ‘fast track’, for all stakeholders: developers, leasing agents and tenants. see more ––>
The Spectator reported on our AR model of Crystal City in the US. This incorporated Amazon HQ2, the largest US real estate investment in 2018.
Arlington County commissioned the project, and JBG Smith, the developers, asked us to take the project further – bringing the buildings to photo-realistic definition. The model is now on display in JBG Smith’s marketing center. It’s the biggest, most detailed AR model in existence worldwide. see more ––>
Venture reported on our pitch in Cambridge, MA – pointing out that we are the first cloud platform to deliver AR for the real estate industry and smart cities. see more ––>
HN gave us a nice write up – they also focused on our Crystal City and Amazon HQ project. see more ––>
Martin Rapos, our CXO discussed affordable housing at an OECD forum in Paris. see more ––>
TouchIT featured cvikerAR, with a focus on the benefits for smart cities and municipalities.
Smart Cities and Municipalities is an incredibly interesting area for us. But let it not be forgotten, we are also a natural partner for real estate developers and architects – enabling everything from simple-mass AR modelling, through to photo-realistic modelling, placing these AR models on-site at 100% scale; and navigation of the invisible – such as MEP infrastructure under floors and behind walls. see more ––>
Thanks for the media mentions, people :)