Patent published on July 6, 2023
Immersive Virtual Tours: New Patent Connects Indoor and Outdoor Environments for a Seamless Experience
Have you ever wanted to take a virtual tour of a building, without having to leave your home? Well, Threshold 360, a technology company, may have just made it possible.
This company has recently released a patent, US20230215103A1, that focuses on connecting images of a building’s interior and exterior to create an immersive virtual tour. The patent details an innovative system that uses a combination of external data, such as geoposition data, and internal image data to detect an entry point and generate a transition between the two.
The system is designed to allow users to interact with the entry point and stream a virtual tour of the building. This means that users can explore a building with an immersive experience, without ever leaving the comfort of their home.
The patent details how the system is able to automatically connect external data and internal image data to generate a step in transition. This is done by using a combination of image data from a third party database, such as Google Maps, and geoposition data. The system is then able to identify an entry point and generate a transition between the two.
Though the patent is for a revolutionary system, it is uncertain whether this technology will ever reach the market. The patent does not guarantee that the system will ever be implemented, as there are many challenges associated with its implementation.
Furthermore, the patent does not provide details on how the system will be implemented, leaving it up to Threshold 360 to decide on the best way to bring this technology to the market.
Though the patent is promising, its implementation will require a lot of effort and dedication from the company. In order to make the system work, Threshold 360 would need to develop a comprehensive data system that is able to store and process the data. They would also need to develop a user-friendly interface that allows users to interact with the system and stream the virtual tour.
In order to ensure that the system works in a seamless manner, Threshold 360 would need to create a system that is able to track the user’s movements and generate a realistic tour of the building.
Though the patent is promising, there is no guarantee that the technology will ever reach the market. However, if it does, it could revolutionize the way people explore buildings. The system could be used by real estate agents to give potential buyers an immersive virtual tour of a property, and by tourists to explore new cities and sights.
Though Threshold 360’s patent does not guarantee that this technology will be implemented, it is an exciting development that could revolutionize the way people explore buildings. With the right implementation, this system could provide users with an immersive experience that allows them to explore buildings in a realistic and seamless manner. Though the realization of this patent is uncertain, it is an exciting development that could revolutionize the way people explore buildings.