Virtual Reality (VR) is now an advanced way to sell heaps of new apartments by Keppel Land, Singapore’s property developer specifically at the 500-unit Highline Residences in Tiong Bahru as they teamed up with VMW group, a technology firm that will create two 360-degree Virtual Reality show suites for prospect buyers. This advancement is definitely the first of its kind that is will appropriate the Ocolus Rift technology in Singapore. It will cost at around $250,000 for this new technology to develop.
According the Lee Hon kit, the Managing Director of VMW, every VR show suite was will allow visitors to view in great detail the actual size and unit plan overlay of unbuilt units for thorough navigation and orientation, specifically the layouts of units with three-and four- bedroom apartments.
Keppel Land initially built two years ago its three physical show suites. It was just right next to the development catering only to one-twp and three-bedroom units.
The General Manager of Marketing at Keppel Land, Albert Foo expressed that the use of such portable technology with enable them to further reach out customers especially those based overseas much more effectively.