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Indian startup SmartVizX is trying to solve real estate's big problem with VR

An Indian startup is pushing through limits of virtual reality technologies, creating business solutions that are mostly unheard of in the industry. But is India ready for such solutions yet? After working for a decade at Space Matrix Design Consultants, one and a half year serving as its Director of Global Projects, Gautam Tewari knew he just could not spend more of his time at the firm.
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