One of the most common comments we receive from regional and international students is that they would have valued the ability to see exactly where they were going to live as part of their decision making process.
Now they can.
Photographs and floorplans tell part of the story, but imagine allowing potential students to curiously explore an entire floor of your college and see for themselves exactly what it’s like to be there in person, immersed in 3D room scans.
In as little as one day, we can perform a 3D scan of your various bedroom types and common areas and create a digital model that can be embedded on your college website, allowing potential students to walk through at their leisure — even up and down stairs if multiple floors are scanned.
For a fraction of the cost of a quality video production, a 3D scan can be viewed on desktop or laptop computers, mobile devices or even a virtual reality headset.
Of course, the potential for this technology reaches beyond student residences — bars, restaurants, museums — the possibilities are endless.
Contact us today to find out how we can use this game changing technology to revolutionise the way future students see your college.
St Thomas More, Perth. Dining hall.
St Thomas More, Perth. Studio apartment.
St Thomas More, Perth. One Bedroom apartment.
Australian Institute of Police Management dining room and facilities
Australian Institute of Police Management bedroom
Australian Institute of Police Management lecture room
Deakin University Residences recreation room
Deakin University shared unit
Deakin University studio apartment
Paper Monkey Studio
* The time required depends on variables such as, but not limited to floorspace, the number of rooms, the amount of furniture, and how well prepared you are for the 3D room scans.