Virtual reality has come a long way from the plastic View-Masters of the 60’s. Over the last few years, advances in technology have made VR much more accessible and realistic. All you need is your smartphone and you can enter a new world, from wherever you are.
Our team in Bogotá got their hands on one of the most advanced 3D cameras out there and tried it out in a few of our favorite Oasis homes. This piece of hardware has multiple infrared 3D sensors and lenses. But we won’t bore you with tech talk, step into one of our spaces and see it as if you were really there.
For the full experience, you’ll want to use Google Cardboard—a DIY, paper VR housing for your smartphone. You can pick one up for less than $15 here.
Or just jump right into it. Swipe left or right to move around. Click the house icon to see an accurate 3D model of the home. That’s all you need to know. Click one of the homes below to get started.
Starlight is a bright studio in the trendy neighborhood of Virrey.
Berna Boulevard is a homey apartment in Rosales.
Duplex Wood is a two-story home that’s centrally located Bogota.
The experience doesn’t stop at the front door. We’ve also created 360 City Guides of two of our most popular destinations, Barcelona and Mexico City. Sit on rooftop terraces, wander through markets and admire world-famous architecture, all without leaving your couch.