iGuide and Matterport solve two different problems and hence deliver different solutions.
Matterport tried to take real environment and how you interact with it (walk) and replicate that experience in the computer, creating virtual reality.
iGuide tried to empower users and give them more than what is available in real environment creating an efficient way to understand unknown spaces. iGuide augments virtual reality with additional data - floor plans that help you understand the environment and navigate through it in ways not possible in real life. You always know where you are in the space and can teleport anywhere you want on the floor plan instantaneously.
If you need to get from NY to LA, Matterport gives you shoes and iGuide gives you a jet. As for the dollhouse view, its novelty wears off very quickly and users lose interest very fast, that is the feedback we are getting all the time at trade shows. Another aspect agents do not realize without first hand experience is that with Matterport they have to babysit a photographer for 3 hours onsite and only one hour with iGuide.
And then the whole measurements and reporting aspect of iGuide, especially in Alberta where you are. For agents getting defensible square footage from Matterport data may be very problematic.