Inman News quiz: Think you’re on top of the week’s biggest stories?

The real estate industry threw some curveballs. Take Inman’s real estate news quiz to demonstrate how strong your talking points and cocktail banter are this week.

GeoCV winding down operations, tech team joins spatial computing firm

The 3D imaging company’s business staffers will likely be “looking for new opportunities,” its CEO said, while software engineers are headed to Occipital in Moscow.

New Matterport tech allows you to make 3D images with smartphone

Matterport 3D Capture for Smartphones will be available in beta on iPhones by the end of the year and Android phones shortly after that.

New AR tour app from Sparkout raises questions about the tech

Sparkout has launched an augmented reality real estate tour app for Android users in an increasingly crowded market with decreasing interest.

Matterport hires ex-Google exec Jay Remley to serve as CRO

In addition to working in tech, Jay Remley has years of experience as a real estate investor.

GeoCV embarks on virtual staging partnership with BoxBrownie

The partnership will allow homeowners and their agents to place photo-realistic furnishings in 3D spaces for as little as $64.

Matterport to acquire AI-driven imaging company Arraiy

Arraiy, which uses machine learning to blend virtual and real environments, will see its engineering team and technology integrated with Matterport.

5 standout brands in real estate tech

Many Inman readers have spent their entire careers in real estate & with great success. As a relatively new student of this business, following 12 years leading iTunes digital marketing at Apple, I am struck by the many opportunities to differentiate & thrive as the direct result of new technology & innovation.

EXp Realty CEO Glenn Sanford envisions hitting 100K agents

Leading into Inman Connect Las Vegas in July, the eXp Realty CEO believes his virtual brokerage can grow by a factor of five by 2025.

Turn your listings into a social media lead magnet

In the olden days, the average real estate customer journey was a nice, easy-to-understand shape. A funnel. A line. Not anymore. Today, it’s a spiral inside a maze. And your marketing to today’s home buyer and seller has more avenues than it ever has before.