3D VIRTUAL TOURS
WHY USE VIRTUAL TOURS?
VIRTUAL TOUR GALLERY
An immersive tour of Boston House Business Centre located in South Oxfordshire
Creating real world training scenarios in the virtual world
A virtual walk through before the structural build begins
This is probably the main question we get asked when we start to talk about Virtual tours. Most people are familiar with Google Street View and Google Tours and think they’re pretty good. So, what’s the difference?
The difference is in the level of detail and immersion you can offer your consumer. With a Virtual Tour you can create a richer, more detailed experience giving them the freedom to explore that isn’t dictated by arrows on the floor.
Unlike Google Tours which jumps from one static image to the next, the Virtual Tour builds a 3D replica of your space in which the user then glides around seamlessly without having to wait for massive images to load pixel by pixel. And if they’re not happy gliding around? They can navigate away from the floorplan at the click of a button and see the entire space represented as a 3D model, to which they can jump back into at any position without having to walk from one side of the building to the other.
In addition to the experience of navigating around the space, Virtual Tours offer the ability to add further relevant information within the tour in the form of interactive hotspots. These hotspots can deliver key information to your audience, highlighting anything seen within the tour and can be augmented with copy, photography, video or hyperlinks. The ability to layer in these additional interactive elements increases the dwell time of the user within the experience and allows you to deliver far more information to them than they would gain by simply looking around the space.
And finally, and a point not to be overlooked is the tour is responsive and works across both mobile and desktop.