Build a toyotas apartment building in about three hours with a $50,000 budget.
The project was announced last month by the team behind the $2.4 million “Vegas” project, which featured a “fictional” Toyota dealership as the building’s “building manager.”
The team behind “Vega” told Mashable the project is a collaboration between real-estate developer Zillow, developer Abundant Development Group and construction firm GABB Architects.
The $2 million in funding will be used to help the project get built and to create a “virtual” reality experience.
“We want to create an experience that is very real and very authentic,” said Zillows VP of Marketing Scott Gebhardt in an interview with Mashable.
“That means that it’s a living space that’s fully interactive.
It’s not a building, it’s not just a building.”
A virtual reality experience is an idea that has been used for a long time in virtual reality games.
In the early days of virtual reality, a virtual version of the same space would appear in front of the user.
The goal is to let the user experience it as if the space were real and interactively.
Gebhardt said the “Valkyrie” team will be taking “a completely different approach” to building the building, which will be “a whole new kind of experience.”
The studio is currently working on a new version of “Veda” in VR, and the team has been working on the project since May.
The VR experience will have a completely immersive feel and look, and will have “a lot more features” than the original game, according to the company.
The studio will also be using “virtual reality tools” to make sure the building is “as immersive as possible,” Gebhart said.
The team will need to find a “real estate agent” who can help them find “the right home,” and then “build out the structure.”
The team also needs to hire a “mobile application team” that will help them “create a full-time app to help users connect to the building,” Gbhardt said.
The team plans to launch the VR experience in mid-September.
“This is a real-time project.
The developer team will use their own virtual reality tools, and they’re working on that to get this experience up and running in a matter of days,” said Gebhard.
The studio plans to create “a virtual reality world for people to experience,” which will feature a “full menu, a full catalog of vehicles and a full menu of spaces,” Gefhardt said, adding that the “VR experience will feature live traffic as well.”
Zillow has been a “significant investor” in the “vendor” project that “Vengeance” is based on.
The company was the lead developer of the project, and its previous partners included Real Estate, a “VR app” for mobile devices and an “app store.”
“The Zillower team will lead the effort to bring the Valkyrie VR experience to life,” Zillowitz co-founder, Steve Sillitoe, told Mashables.
“The team is excited to be part of this team’s effort to help make this dream come true.”