As you may have seen, when the DroneDeploy 3D data is processed and the 3D model is constructed it can be uploaded to Sketchfab. Sketchfab enables the 3D model to be shared in various ways. The model of my home has been embedded into a web site on a real estate listing page, it has been uploaded to FaceBook as an interactive image and has been shared via e-mail with an enclosed link to the Sketchfab hosting site.
I have had responses from several realtors who find this 3D modelling concept interesting and think it may have application to their marketing. Since it can only be done with a drone; I mean as a series of aerial photos stitched together, this precludes most realtors from image capture; as opposed to interior house photos taken with a their smart phones. There should be a business here for the drone operator.
The problem which I have run into the last 4 months of video work , including 360 degree vids, is the difficulty of getting realtors, once they have the footage, to share it on the internet. Never has a realtor embedded one of my videos from YouTube into their listing page for that home property for sale. I think if I can show them that a Sketchfab 3D DroneDeploy model embeds just as a photo, which all realtors have on their listing pages, then they may begin to display my work which I then can show off to other realtors as an example of what can be done.
That's my perspective on making a business out of this modelling. You'll find some of my experimental work here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_j7-1V7n5IF6-YZ3R8-fsg