I’ve been thinking about that augmented reality app where we could overlap our 3d models into real existing interior spaces, allowing users to view the 3d model through the app camera while inside the actual space. How it works is that you’d select common control points in the model that match the real estate, and the model would automagically scale/fit/and stick to those points so you can move around in it. This is not an app to view a standalone model–that tech already exists. This is specifically to view a model inside an existing space.
I believe this will become a thing sooner or later. Current versions of such AR seems to be limited to gaming and pokemon BS. I’m thinking of something actually useful. For myself, working in film, such AR would be useful for directors planning their shots and action scenes and being able to apply focal lengths and record their shots in that space for later reference, etc. I’m sure it would also be useful for people wanting to view their renovations inside their existing homes/offices, etc.
What do you think? If you think this this is a good idea worth pursuing, let me know as I’m considering investing in app development for this and would love to have some support. Cheers.