VR Ready

Bring your tours into the 21st century with VR capability. All virtual tours are compatible with VR headsets. VR mode can be accessed via the web or mobile devices by clicking on the VR icon. In addition to web based VR your tour can also be developed to run independtly on devices such as HTC Vive and Oculus.


Our Process

Discuss Requirements

First we discuss with you the type of virtual tour you are looking for.

On-Site Shoot

Next we arrange a suitable time and date to visit your location and conduct the shoot. The average time is 1-2 hours for standard tours and can stretch to a couple days for more detailed tours.

Tour Development

Next we compile you tour and add all the extra touches like interactive hotspots, videos, images and other media.

Tour Signoff

We send you the final version of your tour to you for approval.

Your Tour Is Published.

We publish your tour on our hosting platform or send you the files. We also send you your tour in other formats you have requested such as VR devices, offline devices – PC and Mac.


Features

Brand & Embed

We can brand your tours with your company logo, corporate colours and business information. Tours can be embeded into your company website with just one line of code you can copy and paste. No coding knowledge needed.

Export To Google Street View

Tours we create for you can be published directly in to Google Street View. These can be linked directly wtih your Google business listing. Offering you that extra depth and ultimately helping you stand out from the crowd.

VR Ready

All tours are VR ready have web VR enabled for mobile devices. When a user clicks on the VR icon your tour will be instantly transformed into a VR tour. The tour can then be expierenced with Google Cardboard VR box and other mobile VR accessories.

We can also export tours to work with standalone VR devices such as Samsung Gear VR, Oculus and HTC Vive.

Photo Albums

Intergrate photo albums within your tour. This helps compliment virtual tours with high quality still images.

Interactive Hotspots

Hotspots in a tour make it more engaging. Your expierencing a tour and click on an object. This could be anything from a painting to a scenic view. This will then load a popup which can have all sorts of media and information embeded videos, images, website links maps etc.

Optimized For All Devices

Its important that your tour can be accessible by a variety of devices. We have optimized our tours to work across smartphones, computers & VR devices.

Auto Pilot

Not everyone is familiar with 360 tours. To increase the expierence of a virtual tour, if a user does nothing once the tour is opened it will automatically start moving in a smooth 360 motion.

Standalone Player

We understand not all our customers want their tours online. With this in mind we have the capability to export tours to run offline on Windows or Mac computers

Intergrate Floor Plans

Floor plans especially in property tours are great way of showcasing the areas of a building. We can incorporate floor plans into the tour to make them interactive hotspots. Allowing visitors to quickly jump from room to room.


Optional Extras & Services

Animated Tours

Tour guides, shop keepers and support staff seen in your tour can come to life after being clicked and start talking and moving. This method of providing information is far more effective that popup information.

Immersive Video

Its the little details that make a big difference. In addition to videos in interactive hotspots. You can also have videos play within the tour. We use this effect to make fire places or tvs come to life in virtual tours.

Live Tours

Live tours add an extra depth of time. This can be used to show an area changing from sunrise to sunset as the user pans around the tour. Essentially we capture the tour at different times of the day and blend them together in one seamless tour.

Immersive Audio

Place different audio sounds in different parts of your tour. Look up to the sky and here the birds chirping, pan over the ocean and here the waves or look over at a playground and here childrens laughter. These can all be placed in the same scene.

Advanced Auto Pilot

With advanced auto pilot you can select certain areas of a 360 tour you want the users to see. For example in an property tour you could have the auto pilot pan to the hallway first and then pan over the living area finishing on a nice view through a window.

Cable Camera

Cable cameras can produce some amazing shots that are not achiveable by any other means. Shots like through a bedroom window or through tall grass, incredibly close to the ground, from building to building or over streams and ponds.

E-Learning

We can now incorporate distant learning into tours which are and link results up with Learning Management systems which are compatable with SCORM. Tours can now be an intengral part of remote teaching and training. Incorporating a variety of teaching methods score systems, quiz cards, tests with time limitations.