Geopogo Augmented Reality Review
Geopogo is an Augmented Reality platform that allows architects, builders, and consumers to design their own homes, apartment buildings, condos, etc. Mark learns about the platform from Michael with Geopogo at CES 2020.
January 21 2020
Geopogo, a 3D software company, is working on cutting edge Augmented Reality tech for design & construction. We spoke with Dave Alpert, the CEO & Co-Founder, to find out more about the startup's work. Learn more in our latest #StartupsEverywhere profile:
September 27, 2019
CBC Windsor - South Cameron woodlot VR used to show alternative mega-hospital site
Windsorite Mike Hoppe works in San Francisco, but he still hopes City Council will reconsider plans to build a mega-hospital near County Road 42.
Hoppe, the Creative Director for San Francisco-based 3D architectural design company Geopogo, used his company's technology — as well as official blueprints — to build a 3D model of the future mega-hospital.
August 01, 2019
VENTUREBEAT - AR will build upon data aggregation’s disruption of real estate
AR is in its “pre-iPhone-moment” phase, as this technology’s practical value is under fire. However, recent advances in AR capabilities have made the medium a practical tool for training and communication. In the same way that VR startups like InsiteVR and Geopogo have found thriving uses in architecture, engineering, and construction, AR is poised to create new opportunities for real estate companies.
May 25, 2019
KPIX CBS - SF Tech Company Creates VR Rendering Of Proposed Navigation Center
SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — As the fight between the City of San Francisco and neighbors in South Beach opposed to the proposed Embarcadero Homeless Navigation Center continues, one start-up company has created a virtual mock-up of what that facility could look like.