Q&A with Brandt of 39Pixels

Sept. 6, 2018

Brandt grew his real estate photography business from $0 to $500K in annual income over two years. Since starting 39pixels in 2015, he has photographed over 2500 homes and captured over 750 Matterport spaces in California’s Central Valley (Lodi & Modesto area). We sat down with him to hear his story.

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Brandt Pemberton of 39Pixels

360 Placement in the New Workshop

Sept. 4, 2018

You can place 360º views in Workshop as part of a new public beta. This is the first feature of the new Workshop platform for faster, easier space editing.

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Update on Publishing to Google Street View

Aug. 30, 2018

Thanks to everyone who participated in the Matterport to Google Street View public beta. Your feedback has been very valuable in development.

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All Generations Welcome: Capturing the Museum of Flight with Matterport

Aug. 21, 2017

Using Matterport, we have scanned over 11 aircraft to date, many of which have never been physically opened to the public. Now our visitors – both on site as well as remote – are able to ‘step inside’ the cockpits and interiors of these carefully preserved artifacts through 360° immersive 3D virtual tours we provide free on our website.

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Haiti Communitere and the Uses for Virtual Reality in International Development

May 10, 2016

Kachina Gosselin works at the intersection of engineering and international development. She sees significant potential for a fast, immersive way ...

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Spring Scavenger Hunt: Luxury NYC Townhouse

April 5, 2016

Congratulations to our Spring “Easter Egg Hunt” Contest winner, Mike Aghachi, CEO of LuxQue! Explore This! The winning Space of our Spring Contest is a luxury home on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, just steps away from famous Fifth Avenue! With eight bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, six levels, and over 13,000 square feet of living space, this dignified estate makes a statement in compact Manhattan. Built in 1884, the interior of this palatial townhouse provokes lavish design and a spacious layout, welcoming elegant gatherings. An elevator, private garage, formal library, wine cellar, and separate staff quarters round out the tour. The home’s expansive nature and the eclectic contents make it the perfect Space for a scavenger hunt! ...

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Luxury San Francisco Penthouse

March 22, 2016

Explore This! Experience some of the most breathtaking views of San Francisco in this luxury penthouse. Situated on top of Telegraph Hill, this recently renovated masterpiece boasts modern elegance and artistic design throughout. ...

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Trading Post Restaurant

March 11, 2016

Explore This! Reserve your seat at the Trading Post, a classic American restaurant in New York City’s Financial District. ...

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Palace of Fine Arts

March 4, 2016

Explore This! Walk along the lagoon, walkways, and columns of the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco’s Marina district. The palace was originally constructed in 1915 for the Panama-Pacific Exhibition as a temporary art gallery, slated for demolition at the end of the fair. ...

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Great Banking Hall

March 2, 2016

Explore This! Get a rare peek at the Great Banking Hall in the First National Center. Located in the heart of Oklahoma City, this skyscraper was built in 1931 by famed developer, Seymour Slackmeyer, and pays tribute to the city’s beginnings with opulent art deco architecture that dominated American cities after World War II. ...

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Bagan Four Buddha Temple

Feb. 24, 2016

Explore This! Located in the ancient city of Bagan in Myanmar, this temple is one of 10,000 Buddhist temples built during the height of the kingdom's reign between the 11th and 13th centuries. ...

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Computer History Museum

Feb. 22, 2016

Explore This! Discover how technology and computers have impacted the world at the Computer History Museum, located in the heart of Silicon Valley. ...

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11th C. Basilica of Aquileia

Feb. 19, 2016

Explore This! Located in an ancient Roman city, this Romanesque-Gothic style Basilica has been an ongoing architectural development since its original foundations were first laid in 313 AD as a dedication to the Virgin Mary and the saints Hermagora and Fortunatus. ...

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