SEOUL, May 20 (Korea Bizwire) — The spread of contactless transactions following the onset of the coronavirus pandemic is changing the landscape of the market for so called ‘proptech’ firms, those dealing with technology purpose-built for the real estate market.
Zigbang Co., South Korea’s top real estate info application, recently introduced a 3D apartment complex tour on its mobile app.
Selecting a certain floor and a room number reveals the internal structure of the apartment, and tapping on each window shows what the view looks like.
ValueMap, a land/building information startup, introduced an artificial intelligence (AI) construction design service for multi-household home builders in March.
Typing in the lot number address for a certain plot of land shows a draft design of housing rendered in 3D.
Urbanbase Inc. also offers a service where users can engage in interior design inside a virtual space.
The service allows users to create a 3D copy of an apartment in which users can tap on a variety of furniture icons to decorate the interior.
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