Data Integration: A Key Facet of Producing the Most Powerful 3D Event Map and Virtual Tour Software

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 17, 2017 9:00:00 AM / by Sam Slater

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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.

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concept3D Welcomes Vantage Data Centers to Client Roster

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 11, 2017 5:30:00 AM / by Sam Slater posted in Virtual Tours for Data Centers

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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

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Concept3D's MapSpacer: Stunning 3D Renderings

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 23, 2017 6:40:09 PM / by Sam Slater

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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.

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A Modern VR History Lesson

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 15, 2017 12:00:00 PM / by Sam Slater

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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.

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How the Hospitality Industry Benefits From Interactive Campus Maps

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 13, 2017 9:34:25 AM / by Sam Slater

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There are so many moving parts in the hospitality industry that keep the show going. Public perception is key, are you showing off your space or your campus grounds to their fullest potential. If somebody was on the outside looking in, would they want to hold or attend a convention at your location, book a conference at your hotel, become a patron of your hospital or nursing home.

Concept3D’s interactive mapping software lets you add a new dimension to how you represent your space that will give you a substantial edge. Furthermore, concept3D’s interactive maps now feature complementary Esri technology that will provide substantial help behind the scenes as well.

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concept3D Launches MapSpacer Virtual Space Selection and Design Application for atlas3D Interactive Map Platform

[fa icon="calendar'] May 16, 2017 6:00:00 AM / by Sam Slater

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Florida’s 7 Million Square Foot Orange County Convention Center the First to Offer MapSpacer’s Technology for Meeting Space Exploration, Selection and Event Planning 

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6 Innovators Revolutionizing the Application of Virtual Reality

[fa icon="calendar'] May 2, 2017 9:00:00 AM / by Sam Slater

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Coming into Q2 of 2017, the concept of ‘reality’ is top-of-mind for many in the media and business worlds. Virtual reality has been the topic of much speculation. Even since before Atari released its seminal Atari 2600 video game console in 1977, developers and entrepreneurs have been trying to place humans inside of storylines that are beyond this world.

Virtual reality is projected to be a $5.2 billion industry in 2018. The technology is impacting fields from video gaming to professional sports to healthcare, event planning, and construction. After decades of hype, true VR experiences finally appear to be scaling at a level that make them affordable to the average American. Let’s take a look at a few of the biggest influencers in the field right now and how they are applying virtual reality technology into our everyday lives.

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Xplorer Virtual Tour by concept3D launches at Texas A&M University

[fa icon="calendar'] May 1, 2017 10:20:20 AM / by Sam Slater posted in Xplorer Virtual Tour

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Texas A&M University is among the first to launch concept3D's new virtual tour software: Xplorer Virtual Tour, a powerful VR-enabled system that Texas A&M is using to give visitors an impressive and realistic way to experience campus life from anywhere in the world. Xplorer makes it easy and fun for visitors to explore Texas A&M on their own terms and at their own pace, and the system is easy to update and customize. 

Xplorer Virtual Tour can be utilized for its capabilities as a stand alone system, or as an add-on module to concept3D's CampusBird interactive map platform - used by hundreds of universities, colleges and schools.

 

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What are meeting planners really looking for?

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 10, 2017 8:35:00 AM / by Sam Slater posted in Convention Centers, Virtual Reality

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With so many options to choose from for convention centers, theaters, and other event spaces, luring event planners really comes down to two things: presence and convenience. While both may seem like standard procedure for convention centers and other large-scale event venues, it’s important to think about how the message is coming across to the event planner. Are they aware of perks that speak to their organization or clientele? How hands-off will their event be once the doors open? How easy it is to find that perfect space and get all of their needs met?

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How Retirement Communities Can Benefit from Interactive Maps

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 23, 2017 8:30:00 AM / by Sam Slater posted in retirement community, retirement community technology

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