Is Real Estate 3.0 still science fiction? Thinking outside today's real estate box makes yesterday's science fiction look outdated.
Mind boggling historic predictions for our future are here. Virtual reality is converting real estate as we know it today to imagines not even imaginable by most people yet. Learn more about the general concept of virtual reality here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtual_reality.
While Innovation Institute's real estate earlier predictions now appear common sense for those who enjoy electronic innovations, the predictions often puzzle those not following electronic trends. Past baby steps towards thinking outside the real estate box have become the steps from innovative teenagers making bigger and bigger strides. The baby steps we use today include common things like shopping online, FaceBook, Twitter and interactive video games.
In the 1990's skeptics told Innovation Institute that its electronic innovations were pure fantasy. Today Innovation Institute’s inventions are found in every country of the world, and comprise thousands of electronic hardware, software and business service categories. Innovation Institute’s inventions range from A (adaptive systems that learn user needs and customize accordingly) to Z (zone systems for tomorrow’s virtual reality real estate more and more people care calling their home).
People not following electronic patent right trends today, are the same people skeptical or puzzled by how Adaptive Virtual Reality will revolutionize contemporary real estate as we now know it. Open minded readers will find Adaptive Virtual Reality™ an interesting exploration.
Today one can already experience less adaptive virtual reality close to being in “traditional reality”. Today’s virtual reality technology already enables you to experience other realities through all five human senses. The drug free new realities experienced through Adaptive Virtual Reality™ are the gateway into experiencing “out of the box real estate”.
History's largest known patent application on Virtual Reality and its off shoot shorter patent applications will offer many of the advantages of yesterday’s commercial real estate at less than 1% of the cost. Costs per user seeking a "virtual reality space" to call their own, will be mass produced for under US$100 in coming decades.
Adaptive Virtual Reality will not only offer just about all the benefits of "conventional real estate property", but include countless more advantages outlined in the Genius Adaptive Design patent applications by Steven Kays. The animated “near life representations” of people will be portrayed through “characters” via Adaptive Avatar™ technology. Avatars can become your humble virtual servants. Avatars will look and behave almost the way you want them to be. Adaptive Avatars will be like servants which will even be able to Adaptively Predict™ user's needs via User Information Programming™. Returning to traditional reality may cause a virtual reality cultural shock where things happen less the way we want them to be. Kays has a Behavior Analyzer™ and adaptive interactive training program to help handle this cultural shock.
You won't have to deal with unethical or unruly hire help when living in virtual reality. Why worry about paying employee salaries and health benefits or countless government labor codes? Adaptive Avatars will learn your SweetSpot™ preferences for just about any preference you have. An Avatar’s compatibility as your employee, friend or even lover may even be too close a match to your "sexual type". You might not be interested in switching back to your traditional real estate zone. Addictions will become an issue that can be controlled by limiting virtual reality functions through electronic patent rights protocol.
More expensive and limited versions for Virtual Reality (VR) have been commercially available since late last century. VR software programming and portable VR capsules you step into are becoming more affordable. VR technological breakthroughs are rapidly solving many of the problems skeptics said couldn't be fixed.
This is just a small sample for how Innovation Institute is revolutionizing the concept of traditional real estate. Inventor Steven Kays is not only a VR inventor, but owns commercial real estate including the 80 suite office building where Innovation Institute is headquartered near San Francisco bay and Napa, in Fairfield, California.
Innovation Institute offers free intellectual property rights via Invention Springboard to progressive non-profits. Over 10,000 inventions for license are available to for profits as well, making Innovation Institute one of the world's leading innovators for electronic patent rights (EPR) explained at www.ElectronicPatentRights.com.
Tomorrow's out of the box real estate will controlled through electronic patent rights. Tomorrow's EPR landlords will be those who own the electronic patent rights, like Apple, Microsoft and IBM. Since EPR patents last around 20 years, there should continue to be plenty of options for virtual reality tenants to choose from. Innovation Institute hopes to make EPR for Adaptive Virtual Reality available to everyone who really wants to program their future real estate experience.
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