Floored is a 3D scanning and data visualization company for real estate applications, and they’re nothing less than amazing. They presented their newest technology this month, what founder Dave Eisenberg called “3D content for the digital world.” Not only is it a spacial representation of a space/room/office: it reflects the lighting in the room. Of course you can also move the furniture around, and wouldn’t it be nice to know that that new couch can fit through the door before you buy it and try to get it home? He also demoed a 3D interactive floor plan of the Louvre in Paris. “Imagine learning art history like this rather than via text book.” Seems that real estate is/was just the beginning, but it seems that there will be more to come on that front as well. What they’ve developed is nothing short of a video game engine for the real world: the floor plan isn’t dead – it’s just been disrupted and made to be much more enjoyable.