[Guest Post] Virtual Tours: Where to stay on the ultimate road trip - The Pacific Coast Highway

May 16, 2017

Do you love to travel? So does Matterport expert Steve Barnes. Read about his journey across the Pacific Coast Highway of California and experience the beautiful Matterport Spaces he has created along the way. He has captured some of the most exquisite travel destinations currently available to visit along this scenic route - so don't miss out! Originally posted on: http://www.barnescreativestudios.com/blog/.

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[Matterport Scenes] You Can Take it with You

May 16, 2017

We built Scenes to be a quick, easy way to capture small spaces, objects, utilities and furnishings in 3D. How convenient is Scenes? Well, Scenes is pocket-sized – it currently runs on Android phones that feature Google's Tango technology. It's like a 3D phone camera that can capture a space, to view it any time. You can see a captured scene from any viewpoint, any angle, and you can measure the size of anything you capture.

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Matterport + Google Street View: A game-changer for Matterport Service Partners

May 9, 2017

The partnership will allow one-click publication of Matterport immersive 3D Spaces into Google Street View and, by extension, Google Search and Google Maps, too.

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What's in a mesh? Why 3D data matters.

Oct. 30, 2015

In 2011, when we looked at the landscape of virtual representations of real spaces, we saw a big hole that needed filling. Nothing on the market that called itself a “3D tour” actually let us interact with a space the way we really wanted – as if it were real. That’s part of the problem we’re solving at Matterport. Our goal is to create virtual experiences that feel truly real, whether viewed on the web, on mobile devices, or in virtual reality. ...

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In a Rising Tide of Virtual Reality, Find the Right Platform for your Business

March 20, 2015

Anyone who’s been on the Q1 trade show circuit knows one thing: the time for virtual reality is now. CES, Mobile World Congress, and the Game Developer Conference were all dominated by major manufacturers and scrappy upstarts introducing virtual reality headsets at all price points, all the way down to Google’s DIY Cardboard Kit. This means that, like it or not, marketers across a variety of industries who want to stay ahead of the curve need to put virtual reality to work for them. ...

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