VIRTUAL REAL-ESTATE 360 TOURS
Realtors and developers! You can showcase your properties & listings with our 360 degree view virtual tour formats. A 360 platform will allow your customers the opportunity to view footage that we capture from a 360 degree vantage point! That means that while viewing the image, you can scroll or swipe your tablet or computer screen to 'face' in any direction, as if you were standing right in the middle of the action! If you're using a smart-phone and have a VR headset, just place the phone in the headset, put it on, and the 360 footage will appear all around you. Simply turn your head up, down, left or right to look around the 360 degree scope. It's a truly remarkable experience. We offer two types of virtual tour services:
matterport 3d scan and VIRTUAL TOUR
Press play below and follow the on screen tutorial to view and explore the 3D space created with the Matterport system.
The power of a 3D space created with the Matterport scanner goes beyond what you see from your desktop or mobile browser. Using a VR (virtual reality) viewer (included complimentary with services over $400), you can look around and navigate through the 360 degree environment! There's even an option to add a 3D element to VR, which gives the sense of total-immersion. It's like wearing 3D glasses in a movie theatre, except you can look anywhere around you and see the virtual space in full 3D as you experience the virtual tour.
Standard VIRTUAL TOUR
Press the play button below, and click "start". Navigate by clicking-and-dragging on the screen with your mouse cursor to "look around", and scroll the mouse wheel to zoom in or out. The upside-down tear drop shaped icons are portals. Click on one to move to the next view.
A standard virtual tour is made up of multiple 360 degree photos, called photo-spheres. These photo-spheres are linked-together by visual markers called "portals" that allow you to transition between one photo-sphere to the next, creating the tour-like experience. Each individual photo-sphere is captured with a special digital camera and lens, combined with the necessary panoramic mount which captures multiple photos at different angles. These photos are "stitched" together with software, and edited before the tour can be created. A standard virtual tour offers very high-resolution images, which you can host directly on your own website to be viewed from a desktop, tablet, or cellphone screen.