Indoor Reality announced the latest updates to its 3D mobile mapping solution – the IR-200 and IR-100 iPhone-based reality capture systems – that can be used for rapid, affordable floor plan generation of buildings and their assets.

The IR-100 uses an iPhone only and the IR-200 is a rig consisting of an iPhone and a 360-degree camera.

“Both products are natural progression from our existing handheld product, [the] IR-500, and can be used to create floor plans, summary reports indicating square footage, surface area, volume, and tag assets during capture as well as post capture through our web interface. In addition, the IR-200 enables 3D interactive visualization of space after minutes of a walk-through using Indoor Reality’s cloud processing platform. The 3D visualization of the captured data can be viewed on any web enabled device such as desktops, laptops, mobile devices or on virtual reality headsets such as Google Daydream,” says Avideh Zakhor, founder and CEO.

Existing systems are bulky, large, expensive, and take a long time to capture by having to move a tripod around inside buildings, Zakhor says. “[The] IR-200 and IR-100 democratize reality capture by making it affordable for all building professionals ranging from real estate agents, to contractors, to insurance agents. To use [the] IR-100, users simply download the Indoor Reality app from [the] app store with a standard monthly subscription of $14.99. For [the] IR-200, they would upgrade to [the] premium subscription with a monthly rate of $24.99, and purchase the Panoramic Kit for $599 from Indoor Reality from within the app.”  

The IR-100 and IR-200 systems for iPhone are now available on the app store. The Android version of the products will be available in Google Play Store in Q3 of 2018.

Founded in 2015, Indoor Reality is headquartered in Berkeley, Calif. Indoor Reality’s patented hardware and software platforms provide a complete solution for fast, automated, and visual documentation/3D mapping of buildings and assets. For more information about Indoor Reality, visit www.indoorreality.com.