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Another great idea..4938

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Online shopping with a VR interactive experience.

Creating a virtual ecommerce experience for Rachael Ray Products
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Excellent!
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That is great for limited items. A small retailer with allot of products to sell would have nothing but Blue dots all over the place, too many to keep it from looking like a mess.

I am hoping for something better like invisible hot spots. Mouse over an item and the info pops up. Keeping everything looking beautiful is the name of the game for me.

Matterport is the coolest kid on the block. I am still on the outside watching them. I am however putting a bet on NC Tech Iris Pro 360 and see how that goes. Then the Insta360 Pro Spherical VR 360 8K Camera for my video.

If my clients want more than that I might jump into matterport but they just don't seem to be good guys and I have a sneaky suspicion one day they will do just like Mettle did with Adobe clickable text
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In this use case, rendering 3D virtual scene would be much more flexible than capturing the real scene.
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Originally Posted by LetMe3D
That is great for limited items. A small retailer with allot of products to sell would have nothing but Blue dots all over the place, too many to keep it from looking like a mess.

I am hoping for something better like invisible hot spots. Mouse over an item and the info pops up. Keeping everything looking beautiful is the name of the game for me.

Matterport is the coolest kid on the block. I am still on the outside watching them. I am however putting a bet on NC Tech Iris Pro 360 and see how that goes. Then the Insta360 Pro Spherical VR 360 8K Camera for my video.

If my clients want more than that I might jump into matterport but they just don't seem to be good guys and I have a sneaky suspicion one day they will do just like Mettle did with Adobe clickable text


perhaps something like this?

http://www.kolor.com/2017/06/27/case-study-how-virtual-reality-can-change-the-way-we-shop/
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@PointCloudVR Thanks for sharing... all I can say is WOW!! That is one awesome retail case study!!
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Superb! @PointCloudVR a huge WOW!
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