While this is not a new technology, its use has increased during the pandemic, particularly in the real estate industry, where lockdowns prevented potential buyers from visiting properties in person. As a result, some agencies have turned to 3D reconstruction technology to create virtual property tours. Buyers could look around potential new homes from anywhere and make purchases without even stepping foot inside, similar to the metaverse we imagined.
One of the metaverse’s challenges is to create a digital environment that appears as real as possible. It is possible to create realistic and natural-looking spaces using 3D reconstruction. We can bring our world online by rendering accurate 3D photorealistic models of buildings, physical locations, and objects using special 3D cameras. The 3D spatial data and 4K HD photography are then fed into computers, which process them and create a virtual replica in the metaverse for users to experience. These virtual replicas of real-world objects are also known as digital twins.
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