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Indian startup SmartVizX is trying to solve real estate's big problem with -1 (particular,industry,speaking,creating,business)

  An Indian startup is pushing through limits of virtual reality technologies, creating business solutions that are mostly unheard of in the industry. But is India ready for such solutions yet?
  After working for a decade at Space Matrix Design Consultants, one and a half year serving as its Director of Global Projects, Gautam Tewari knew he just could not spend more of his time at the firm. The core problem with design consultancies at the time, he says, was visualisation. "It’s largely static and passive." Could we do better?
   SEE ALSO: India's most elite universities have banned startups from recruiting on campus
  In 2014, Gautam left Space Matrix Design Consultants with his wife, Tithi Tewari, then Senior Director at the same firm. They spent the next few months experimenting with a couple of things and speaking with other firms. Until they met a team of gamers.
  In particular, they met with Chandan Singh, who brought with him years of experience developing games using engines such as Unreal, Unity3D, CryEngine, Source, and Infernal. As they began talking, they wondered if they could use these engines, add architectural designs that clients want, and offer an immersive experience. "This is where the company started to shape up," Gautam says.
   Fast forward 18 months, Gautam, Tithi, and Chandan along with 43 more people have founded a design firmSmartVizX. The Noida-based startup offers a range of VR solutions to real estate businesses, helping them make more informed choices.
  Here’s one example of what they offer. Imagine you want an apartment. You go to a constructor, tell him or her about your preference and how you want different rooms to look. The constructor along with designers make sketches and load up the CAD file on a computer. "But how does this setup look with this shade of lighting and with different furnitures?," You ask. Nobody knows for sure.
  SmartVizX is trying to fix this problem. It offers content creation solutions, and using game engines make a virtual world — much like the places seen in the Sims or GTA — only this is about the apartment or an office that you want.

Indian startup SmartVizX is trying to solve real estate's big problem with -2 (particular,industry,speaking,creating,business)

    You wear a virtual reality headset, like HTC Vive, and roam around the digital world. Your movements in real life work in tandem with how your virtual counterpart explores his or her world. You are able to see how a room would look like, feel the lighting, and sit on the carpet. Don’t like the decor? The team can swap it in real-time. "We took VR beyond the gaming fraternity," Gautam says.
  This visualisation can take up to 13 days for SmartVizX team to develop, which is impressive many analysts say. Depending on the complexity and how many virtual rooms you want built, the package could cost you anything north of $2000.
  Their team today consists of several big names from VR industry including Shailesh Kumar, who previously worked at Samsung as Senior Chief Engineer and led their team for Gear VR. This week, SmartVizX said Vinay Narayan has joined the company’s board. Narayan held the position of Executive Director of Virtual Reality Product Management at HTC Vive.
  But things aren’t going as smooth as one would like. From scarcity of talented programmers and gamers, to the reluctance of many big firms in adapting VR technologies, to the need of virtual reality gears to demo things, SmartVizX faces a number of challenges. Gautam recalls several exchanges with clients where they acknowledged the value VR solutions can bring, but they don’t see a compelling reason to upgrade their tech yet. "I know what we have right now is broken, but people are still buying my products," Gautam shares one of such instances. "If it isn’t broken, why fix it"
   The market for real estate business is considerably big in India, with several estimates suggesting that it could grow north of $650 billion by 2025, Jaimin Desai, Head, Design and Sustainability, Mahindra Lifespaces told Mashable India . He adds, "the government’s thrust on housing and infrastructure development via initiatives such as Housing for All and the Smart Cities Mission also bodes extremely well for the growth potential of the sector."
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