Virtual Reality Tours Create Immersive Experiences For Home Buyers

BDX is leading the way creating interactive and dynamic virtual reality experiences to help builders engage home buyers.

Why Use Virtual Reality?

Persuade Future Buyers

With virtual reality, you are able to display and immerse your website visitors in your homes, communities, features and basically anything before even breaking ground. This allows you to show your potential buyers what they can expect and get them excited at the very beginning of the process.

Connect with relocating buyers

Connect with out-of-area buyers and allow them to virtually experience their new home during the relocation process. Today’s virtual reality home tours are immersive and interactive. Hot spots also allow you to virtual insert the perfect salesperson into your tour with scripted information every step of the way.


Be Memorable

We offer the highest quality VR product on the market. When your future buyer looks into the virtual reality device, they will be immersed in your home, as if they were touring a model. They will experience clear, beautiful, almost lifelike visual sensations of what your home will look like – as if they are there! This will leave them with an unforgettable memory of their new home.

Use Google Cardboard For Lead Generation

There may not be a more effective call-to-action for your website than, “See Our Homes In Beautiful, Immersive 3D Virtual Reality? Send visitors a VR viewer and GET THEM TALKING!

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Below are case studies of BDX's virtual reality application for home and auto.

Home Customization

Imagine instead of only being able to look at a floor plan and see a sample of granite for your counter, you can actually walk around your new home and change out and customize every part right before your eyes. With virtual reality this is not only possible but is ready to be used in sales centers everywhere.

Smart Home Automation

Why tell home owners what a new smart home can do when you can show them? Within this tour the electronics are the main focus, so the user is able to click and get details on each electronic and truly see a smarthome in action. They are also able to change out screens and speakers for more customization.

Car Showroom

With virtual reality the possibilities are endless. Here we have a car showroom where you can change the color of the car, sit in the driver seat, get specifications on the engine and vehicle. This is as close as you can get to actually “feeling” the car’s wheel in your hands.

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More BDX Virtual Reality Examples

FREE Google Cardboard for qualified home builders!

Do you want to experience a virtual home tour first hand? If you are a home builder, fill out our form and we will send you a free google cardboard viewer and a link to download our App!

“Most people can’t read a floor plan, and they can’t visualize how the light will come into a room,” said BDX CEO, Tim Costello. “They see the words kitchen and great room on a floor plan and the room dimensions, but they can’t visualize what that room will feel like. Virtual reality gives you a true sense of place, that you’ve actually walked around the room and can judge it because of the ability to see it from multiple angles.”

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The Tools Of The Virtual Reality Trade

Google Carboard

Google Cardboard

These viewers utilize smartphones as the main display. They are designed to be held up to the eyes temporarily, are very lightweight, and turn any smartphone into a virtual reality viewer.

Oculus Rift


This virtual reality headset requires a wired connection to a high-end computer as well as a personal tracking camera and controller. This headset provides the most immersive experience and highest level of realism available.

Gear VR

Gear VR

Gear VR is Samsung’s virtual reality headset and uses a smartphone as the main display. This one does not require a wired connection, but is designed to be strapped to the head for a more immersive experience.

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