These computer generated images are so realistic you won't believe your eyes! Click here to find out which ones made our list!
The real estate market has bounced back from the crash that happened over a decade ago. This means you have to capitalize on the demand for housing and sell, sell, sell.
But unfortunately, you're not the only real estate business with this idea in mind. So how can you get a leg up on your competitors and make your company the one people turn to when they want to purchase a home?
A weapon you can have in your arsenal can be computer-generated images.
Computer-Generated Images for Marketing
While you mostly see computer-generated images in movies, there's also use for it in real estate marketing. While it may seem like a gimmicky toy at first glance, there are several applications for computer-generated images in real estate marketing.
Your clients can see a virtual tour of the house, which can give them a pretty good idea of the space it has. Since it has 360-degree capabilities, virtual tours can closely match the experience of in-person touring and even surpass it.
This enables you to showcase your properties without having to bring your clients to the actual addresses. As a result, you'll save time on everyone's part, since you won't be bringing clients to tour properties that aren't suited for their needs.
Staging can be a real pain when you have to source and move everything into the home yourself. Not only that, but you have to position all the items perfectly, then load it all up to take back to storage once you're done.
Computer-generated imaging allows you to take a photo of an empty house and fill it with whatever you want, all without having to physically do it. This will save you a significant amount of time since all you have to do is click a few buttons and presto, the furniture is there on-screen.
Plus, rearranging items "in" the property is easy. Just click and drag the furniture, and that's it. There's no more need for moving the furniture around, working yourself into a sweat.
Add Value to Your Website
Typical real estate websites list properties for sale and attach five or so pictures along so clients can get an idea of what's in the homes. But pictures can only do so much; spaces may seem smaller or bigger than they really are, depending on the perspective the pictures were taken in.
As a result, you may end up losing potential sales. Add value to your website with computer-generated images of your available properties. This way, users can get a detailed walkthrough of the property without arranging for a tour.
By giving them a thorough look at what the properties can offer them, you can offer your clients some transparency on your listings.
How Realistic Are These Images?
You may be skeptical about how realistic computer-generated images are. You don't want something unrefined and overly artificial representing your agency, after all.
To help put your mind at ease, we've sourced 11 of the most realistic examples of computer-generated images.
1. Happy Birthday Nana
This image was created as a tribute to the artist's grandmother, who had passed away. Looking at the image, you wouldn't be able to tell that it wasn't a picture taken in real life.
2. Porsche Car Design
This series of images shows a 3D rendering of a Porsche from all different angles. With details such as reflections and lighting, the car looks so realistic that the only way you can tell it's computer-generated is by the lack of background items.
3. Contemporary Apartment
You may find some 3D renderings of properties to be lacking, but definitely not this one. The artist has painstakingly put in details such as outdoor scenery for the windows, shadows, and unique patterns in the marble and wood.
4. After the Rain
This artist shows off their skills by not only generating a realistic image of the Sponza atrium but also by incorporating weather into it. The wet ground shows reflections of the lighting above, which looks identical to how it'd look in real life.
5. Home Architectural Visualization
You won't believe this series of images are computer-generated at all. The artist has paid extreme attention to detail and has nailed getting all the lighting and shading right.
Computer-generated images don't always have to be realistic; they can be abstract too. This rendering of water and ice falling into a glass has a touch of realism and abstraction to make it a real work of art.
If you've ever wondered what a post-apocalyptic world would look like, here's an idea. With how lifelike this image looks, it makes the apocalypse seem closer than ever.
This metallic sphere on a stone floor displays shadows, reflections, and attention to lighting.
9. Desert Sunset
This is yet another landscape image that looks identical to a picture. The sun flare effects give it that special touch.
10. The Javert
This stunning portrait of Russell Crowe as Javert in "Les Miserables" will have you second-guessing whether it's a photo or not.
11. Bedroom No 47
The bed in this interior image looks so real you feel like you can jump right in it. Other "close-ups" in this series make you wish this was a real room you can live in.
Computer-Generated Images Can Help You Sell Homes
As you can see, computer-generated images have made leaps in bounds in the last decade. While they were once crudely generated pictures that were poor replications of real things, that's no longer the case.
Now, you can get realistic computer-generated images that you can't tell the difference between those and originals. Plus, these can be integrated with AR so people can get the full experience of learning the ins and outs of any image.
So consider implementing computer-generated images into your marketing. This can help set you apart from your competition and offer your clients a unique real estate experience.
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