For both travel planners and the general public, finding and booking the perfect hotel is easier than ever. Upgraded user interfaces on hotel websites have eliminated many of the stress points involved in the booking process, and virtual reality software has closed the gap even further with interactive hotel tours.
Power of a 3D Virtual Tour
Universities, healthcare facilities, convention centers and other large-scale event venues all understand the challenges associated with welcoming rotating and diverse groups of people into their facilities on a regular basis.
The days of 2D maps are over. People want to zoom in, they want to experience first-hand views, and most importantly, they want to receive real-time updates. 3D mapping technology is the solution, and real-time editable maps are the leading way for businesses to deliver a unique and useful experience.
Event maps serve many purposes both internal and external. Having a comprehensive and aesthetically pleasing interactive map for an event is useful for attendees to navigate the space, as well as for event planners to use to get a better understanding of how their organization and strategy will physically look once it all comes to fruition. Event maps are also a tool for venue marketers and managers, as they can be shared with event planners who can get a great feel for a venue and explore the details of grounds, floors, breakout areas, concessions, and other locations from anywhere in the world.
Robert Johnson, VP of Business Development
Johnson joins concept3D with the goal of helping the company expand into new markets and industries. He seeks to work with clients to ensure a rich interactive experience of their spaces, space planning, way finding, mapping, and visualizing their data in a whole new way through the concept3D's unique and proprietary software platform. A seasoned sales executive, Johnson's former roles include Sr. Sales Executive at Four Winds Interactive, Sales Executive at Innotas and 13 + years in the software industry. Robert is a graduate of the University of Colorado, Boulder, and enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters, camping, climbing and skiing.
Evan Joyner, Account Executive
Joyner brings four years of experience in sales and account management to concept3D. He has worked with clients including Red Ventures, Titan Electric, Autism Society of NC, and multiple political action committees. Joyner graduated from University of North Carolina-Charlotte. In his free time, he enjoys running with his husky-chow, Juno, competing in sports, reading biographies, and scavenging for Netflix documentaries.
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Virtual reality is certainly one of the new kids on the technology block, and an extremely intriguing one at that. The utility and potential of VR is a relatively unexplored frontier, featured mostly by the gaming and entertainment industries. But, as VR becomes more developed and as more people have the necessary hardware to explore VR, other industries have started to experiment with it.
Data Integration: A Key Facet of Producing the Most Powerful 3D Event Map and Virtual Tour Software
Data integration is an incredible supplementary tool to boost your interactive map. Today’s digital technology allows the hospitality industry to benefit through the inputting of data from multiple sources to create thorough and engaging 3D renders and virtual walking tours. But event coordinators and event attendees need much more from their maps than to just be aesthetically pleasing. Concept3D maps already do much more than present an aesthetic, but having the ability to integrate external data will provide unparalleled utility that will help clients and of course, their customers.
Vantage Launches atlas3D Platform with Interactive Map, Virtual Reality Tour and Space Planning Technology to Support Data Center Sales and Marketing
concept3D is excited to announce that Vantage Data Centers has launched the company’s atlas3D interactive map and virtual tour platform.
Concept3D recently launched the revolutionary MapSpacer tool at the Orange County Convention Center. The facility now has the ability to custom build mapping and floor plans for each event, customize them to suit, and even store and edit them for repeats or similar happenings in the future. The tool is now available to convention centers and event spaces across the country and beyond.
When people hear Virtual Reality, most think about video games or the entertainment industry. There’s no reason to blame people for this impression, the lion’s share of attention VR receives is for gaming, but VR has extended well beyond gaming and entertainment and become much more multidimensional in terms of its application. Another common misconception about VR technology is how long it has been around.