The Real Deal New York

Real5D poised to make mark stateside

New software simulates walking through not-yet-complete buildings
By Katherine Clarke | August 07, 2012 02:30PM

From the August issue: Buying an apartment or leasing commercial space from floor plans alone may soon be a thing of the past.

Real5D, a Hungarian company hat makes multidimensional interactive models of buildings, entered the U.S. marketplace only a few months ago and has already received $1.2 million from the venture capital Fund DoubleRock. Now with a new office in California, the company is poised to make its mark in the States and eventually New York City, which Real5D’s Dan Canfield called “the mecca of real estate.” [more]