Virtual Staging is the generic term given to the process of visually enhancing a digital twin to present the space in different configurations. It is predominantly used to add furniture, furnishings and decoration to a space prior to sale/rent, to visualise event spaces in different configurations or to present a space in it's renovated state prior to renovation. We use virtual staging predominantly with Matterport twins and employ different techniques depending on the use case. Take a look below for some different examples of virtual staging.


Our photographic virtual staging process provides the most realistic rendering of a space possible. It can be used to create standalone photographs or panoramic images inside a digital twin, giving customers an accurate representation of the space as it would appear in real life.

The process involves retouching individual photos to achieve a desired effect, making it ideal for situations where a space needs to be presented as if it had been physically photographed in a specific condition. With photographic virtual staging, we can add furniture and décor, remove sensitive information, recolor or change textures like wall and floor coverings, and even change the external views from windows.

In the example to the right, we've synchronized two separate digital twins so that clicking on either tour will cause the other to follow. This allows users to view a direct comparison of each point in the space, giving them a better understanding of the layout and design. You can use the slider to show more or less of each model, making it easier to see the changes and compare the different versions. Contact us to learn more about how our photographic virtual staging can help bring your space to life.


Our 3D virtual staging process allows us to insert 3D objects into specific locations within a digital model, creating a realistic representation of a space. This means that we can add furniture, décor, and other items to give our customers an idea of how their space will look once it's completed.

While the 3D assets may not be completely photorealistic, they provide a useful tool for visualizing layout and design. Our virtual staging process can also be used to obscure sensitive information in the space, ensuring privacy and security.

At C3D, we use virtual staging to enhance our digital twins and create interactive experiences for our customers. By adding 3D assets, we can give customers a better understanding of how their space will look and feel, making it easier to make decisions about design and layout. Check out our "enhanced digital twins"  page to learn more about how we can help bring your space to life!