A CES First: 360 Degree Video of Knicks Legend Patrick Ewing’s Home

Coldwell Banker launches first of its kind look at real estate at CES.

With the start of the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show today in Las Vegas, Coldwell Banker Real Estate will debut this morning at our booth a 360 degree video tour of the home of New York Knicks legend, Patrick Ewing, who currently has his home listed for sale with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in New Jersey. The video is embedded above and is best viewed on your mobile device.

This marks the first time that a real estate company will be debuting a 360 degree video at CES of a home that is currently for sale. The video is available to watch on the Coldwell Banker YouTube channel and can be viewed using any Google Cardboard device for a richer, virtual reality experience. Don’t have a Google Cardboard? That’s ok because the video is still pretty amazing when viewed on your phone where the viewer can point the phone left, right, up, down or even sideways to see a full look inside a few of the rooms in this listing.

You can expect this to be the first of a number of 360 degree videos that will be coming throughout the year as it takes the “virtual tour” experience to a whole new level. To follow all the action from the Coldwell Banker Smart Home Showcase at this year’s CES, visit ces.coldwellbanker.com or join in the conversation by using the #CESCB hashtag.

 

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David Marine is the Chief Marketing Officer at Coldwell Banker, where he oversees the brand’s marketing efforts and content strategy including acting as managing editor for the Coldwell Banker blog and heading up video production efforts. While CMO by day, David runs a three ring circus at night as he is the father of 4 boys. He also happens to be married to Wonder Woman. True story.

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