Fort Myers, Florida ? d3 creative studio in Downtown Fort Myers continues to push the envelope when it comes to innovative technology. The Architectural Visualization and Interactive 3D firm developed an augmented reality (AR) application called Stagely. The application allows the end-user to select from custom curated furniture collections, ranging from traditional to transitional styles and everything in-between.
The cloud-based AR staging application targets real estate agents, brokers, and others in the real estate sector. An invite-only private beta version of the app will launch in the Southwest Florida region, where a high density of real estate agents and brokers will help test the features and functionality of the app. The official release of Stagely is scheduled for later this year.
Although there are other virtual staging solutions currently available today, Stagely is raising the bar by offering immediate results, more advanced functionality, and an intuitive user interface. Through the Stagely app, real estate agents and brokers can virtually stage a home within minutes right on their phone.
AR technology is not foreign to d3. ?Inspir3d, which launched in 2015, is a successful AR application that brings 2D floor plans to life before construction begins. The Stagely app targets the other end of the spectrum and connects existing residential property listings with potential buyers. Both applications were developed for the real estate industry.
Prior to the official release, the team at d3 plans to partner with furniture, fixture, and home d?cor manufacturers and distributors to promote their items utilizing the Stagely solution. ?The d3 team is already working with a highly-regarded home furnishings distributor/designer, who will provide exclusive content for the application.
The Stagely application will be available for download on iOS and through the Apple app store for free. For more information or to become a beta tester, visit? https://getstagely.com.