Augmented Reality applications can be usefully utilized in real estate to show information and offer a quick look at available buildings by projecting images of the properties. As well as that, potential buyers can see what new builds will look like when construction is finished. They simply have to point their smartphones or tablets at the building to see what it will look like upon completion.
As well as the aforementioned categories, there are plenty of other fields where Augmented Reality apps can be useful. Even some professional areas which seem highly removed from AR can be helped by this new technology. For example: 2D representations of houses aren't good enough if you're thinking about buying a home. Luckily, AR apps offer a way for potential home buyers to see their future home in 3D from various different viewpoints. They can even use it to see how their home would look if they made certain changes to the interiors.
It can be hard for developers to help potential buyers visualize the end product when it comes to home buying. This makes it tricky to pre-sell buildings and leads to longer sales latencies. It also leads funds to end up stuck in projects for longer than is strictly necessary. Thanks to AR, developers can now show potential buyers the end product before it's ready to give them some confidence and understanding of what their future home will look like, making it easier to pre-sell buildings. For the developers at Nestack, Augmented Reality has brought about a world of new creative options. Nestack is one of the top technology firms creating Augmented Reality applications at the moment.