The three local founders of Domotics, a technology company with headquarters in Ridgefield, have combined their extensive real estate knowledge with IntelliMedia Networks, a multinational technology firm that supplies the underlying technology for several major news and streaming services, to bring augmented reality to real estate.
“We’re a visual tech company,” explained Jason LaVardera, CEO and one of the co-founders of Domotics. “Our partners are media streaming experts, they have platforms like a Netflix style platform, game streaming, event streaming, learning and training management systems.”
The business has integrated some of its partners’ media technology into real estate. In contrast to all of these websites that are driven by the Multiple Listing Service (MLS), such as Zillow, Redfin, and even the brokerages, Domotics seeks to do the complete opposite.
Realtors can host and transmit photos, videos, and 360-degree interior views of houses using Domotics. They will also be able to provide 3D floor plan renderings and let viewers experience houses through virtual reality headsets. The app can operate on smart TVs in addition to computers, smartphones, and other devices because this data is streamed to them.
Real-time guided tours of the homes they have listed will be available from realtors using the Domotics app. They can either give a guided tour and have complete control over what prospective buyers see, or they can host an ‘open house’ where guests can explore at their leisure through the 3D representations of the space while being available to answer questions. They can also do this at any time, without disturbing current residents, with clients worldwide.
“What’s really key about our app service is that agents and brokers will be able to subscribe to our app,” Josh LaVardera, the co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Domotics as well as Jason’s brother and a member of the Northern Fairfield County Association of Realtors, explained.
Realtors can market and advertise their properties and license the company’s technology. Any real estate professional who wants to use technology to power their website is free to do so. According to co-founder and president Michael Sturges, Fairfield County is the perfect location to launch the app.
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