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Is 3D the Future of Retail?

Last week, Walmart announced their latest online shopping experience: a virtual showroom complete with ‘buy now’ links on all the major items. It works pretty well, and gives a great impression of the items in context. It’s very useful, for example, to see how deep the sofa is compared to a standard chair, or how […]

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This Graph is What WOW-Factor Looks Like

Last month, Akeley Wood Junior School, part of the Cognita Schools group, were given the keys to the main Cognita Twitter account, as part of the #CognitaInsider program. They tweeted 36 items in four days (the team at Akeley Wood take this stuff seriously) and a few weeks later I crunched the numbers. As you […]

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Much Better Than Google – A Side-by-Side Comparison

Well it’s not often that you can say your technology is better than Google, but in the case of our Matterport System it is true! Matterport’s 3D scans are higher quality, leading to smoother walkthroughs and a far superior customer experience. But don’t just take my word for it; take a look at the same […]

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A Multipurpose Virtual Tour for Willen Hospice

Question: What do Blenheim Palace, Air Force One and Willen Hospice have in common? Answer: They have all had the Matterport 3D treatment! We approached Willen Hospice with an idea to promote their Adopt-a-Swan scheme; we would hide the soft toy swans throughout the building, so the walkthrough would become a virtual treasure hunt. In […]

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Scanning a Car Interior

As a test, we scanned the inside of a Toyota GT86. First of all, we were interested to know what the results would be like, and second, we wanted to highlight a new Dashcam we had recently had fitted by Telematics Pro. If you have a physical environment that you would like scanned, please get […]

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The Visual Advantage

Give your potential customers the chance to experience your space before they invest the time to see it in person – helping you make the shortlist for when they visit, or maybe removing the rest of the shortlist altogether!

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