Land Parcel AR
The team at Regrid approached Gravity Jack with the question, “would it be possible to view their land parcels and all of the corresponding data in Augmented Reality?” Our answer? “Absolutely!” Together, our teams quickly got to work taking data from their existing API and reproducing that information into an AR experience that will redefine the future of real estate and land parcel data.
With the Regrid Land Parcel AR application, users can easily search for property boundaries anywhere in the US vis GPS. Once the desired property is selected an AR boundary will appear showcasing the exact dimensions associated with that land parcel. In addition to the AR boundary, the app will showcase property information such as total square footage, property value, and more! Check out the video of the Regrid AR Parcel app in action and see for yourself just how the functionality of seeing land in augmented reality has seemingly endless use cases.
iOS App Development
Deliver dynamic content to customers in new and exciting ways
Place digital experiences within a real-world environment
Provide specific languages based on the user’s location
Enables the client to easily update details within the app
Text and character animations that come to life within the project
User Experience Design
Enhancing the user’s overall experience through thoughtful digital designs
The Project process
A process of identifying and organizing content.
Planning the rough layout and structure of the site’s pages.
Applying the styles to the wireframes to achieve the final design.
Building the website with modern coding techniques.
Identifying and fixing any bugs in the code on multiple devices and screen sizes.
Setting up your site on a hosting service or packaging up the code and handing it over to you!
As the leading provider of land parcels, the team at Regrid was looking to take a step into the future with digital data. To make this happen, they partnered with our team at Gravity Jack to create a futuristic mobile application that displays land parcel data in augmented reality. The Regrid AR parcel app has the ability to:
- Leverage GPS to find surrounding land parcels and display them in AR anywhere in the country
- Display additional property information such as ownership, value, zoning, and more
- Shape the property lines in 2 and 3 dimensions
- Measure the distance between points across the parcel
- Adjust the color and transparencies of the AR boundary of the parcel
- Remove any obstructions by viewing the parcel at different angles and elevations
All of which are accompanied by an intuitive UI/UX for all users. As we continue our relationship with Regrid, we now have a strong foundation in the Land Parcel AR demo app to showcase what AR and VR can bring to the real estate and land parcel industry.
ESTABLISHING USER STORIES
User Story Flowcharts
Based on the information provided by REGRID’s existing API, we were able to develop a strong set of wireframes that outlined all of the information that was to be displayed within the app
Blueprints for your project that outline the different screens and rough layouts.
Take Regirid’s existing API filled with parcel information to create a mobile app that is capable of displaying boundaries in Augmented Reality and producing additional property data points.
Gravity Jack’s Solution
Develop a dynamic demo app that harnesses GPS which can then perfectly draw an accurate 2D AR boundry around the parcel which can be viewed from several different perspectives.
A never been done before mobile application, that does away with blueprints on paper and allows users to digitally view land parcel data in a real-world environment.
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