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Sharks with ‘fricken’ laser beams?

..and just when you thought the shark problem in WA couldn’t get any worse.

 

OK, so we’ve not attached lasers to sharks but we think we have attached them to something you (or Dr Evil) would find equally as cool (or should that be evil), and no, it’s not Sea Bass either;

 

But we’ll get to that shortly, first a little history lesson…

 

You don’t have to be a criminal genius cryogenically frozen for 30 years to realise that things change pretty fast. We’re living in an era of exponential technological growth. Every twelve to eighteen months, computers double their capabilities. The acceleration of acceleration.

 

This means that at some point (around 2045), just as your kids are starting to have a mid-life crisis and buying themselves a big flash red spaceship, like this one:

 

 

…or upgrading to a newer, better looking, younger robot. We will reach a singularity. A point where, according to Ray Kurzweil ‘There will be no distinction, post-Singularity, between human and machine’.

 

Now, you might be wondering:

 

‘Great Tim, but what the hell has this got to do with sharks with lasers beams on their heads?’

 

Or more likely:

 

‘In fact Tim, what the hell have sharks with laser beams got to do with anything?!’

 

 

Mmmwwwwwhhaa. Well, here’s the deal:

 

We’re bringing a little piece of the future to Western Australia, and yes, it’s got lasers. We attached lasers to, wait for it, a ‘fricken’ camera!

 

We’re offering businesses in WA a completely NEW FORM OF IMMERSIVE MEDIA that can showcase any building in a way it has never been seen before. As technological advances go this is pretty huge, it’s like transforming this:

 

 

into this:

 

 

Well. Sort of.

 

When it comes to showcasing a building photos can be good, video works well but our ‘next generation’ 3D virtual tours offer something unique. It gives the proverbial ‘wow’ factor to any of your future virtual customers who you are trying to convert to ‘real-world’ customers.

 

Through embedded content within each tour you can have strong calls to action to buy your products, make an enquiry, book a seat, reserve a table or visit social channels.

 

 

 

Just think. These could be your customers hands. Perfectly manicured and holding a 3D virtual model of your space on a shiny white new Ipad.

 

Want to know the best part?

 

All our 3D virtual tours are also VR ready. That mean’s your customers can get an even more immersive and engaging tour wearing some of these:

 

 

…sorry wrong picture. Wearing some of these…

 

 

We can even arrange branded ‘cardboard’ style VR headsets for promotional events. These can be flat-packed and posted as part of a marketing campaign or as a great gift at talks, events, trade shows and expos. They could look a bit like this:

 

 

Our 3D virtual tours combined with branded cardboard headsets are one of the ONLY viable and affordable solutions to introduce VR into your company’s marketing plans.

 

‘Why virtual reality?’ Well, glad you asked, here’s some facts:

 

 

OK, enough stats. Basically it’s happening now and you should be a part of it.

 

So want to see what some cameras with ‘fricken’ lasers can do?

 

Check this out:

 

 

For more information on our 3D virtual tours give me a call on 0487 761 191 or make an enquiry. Our virtual tours apply to a wide range of industries so think again if you thought these were just for real estate. Any business wanting to convert virtual visitors to real-world visitors can benefit.