SmartShow syncs with smart glasses

SmartShow users can beam real-time footage of properties to multiple buyers
  • SmartShow lets agents use smart glasses to provide live-video home tours.
  • As a smartphone app, SmartShow competes with the real estate-geared live-video showing app ReaLync and video-chatting apps like FaceTime.
  • SmartShow enables multiple buyers to view live video footage from their computers at the same time.

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What if a prospective buyer could see a home through their agent's eyes while sitting hundreds or even thousands of miles away? That's the idea behind SmartShow, an app that takes live-video tours to the next level by allowing agents to use smart glasses to beam real-time footage of a home to far-flung clients. Rather than pointing a smart phone to and fro while touring a property, agents who use SmartShow with smart glasses merely have to look around in the same way they would if they were leading a client through a home in person. SmartShow's compatibility with smart glasses may be its most fascinating feature, but it won't be available until the release of the Android-powered M300 Smart Glasses. Source: SmartShow says the device is slated for release in mid or late-2016. It remains to be seen whether agents will decide smart glasses are worth paying for. After years of testing its own smart eyewear product, Google decided not to rel...