Canary Dwarf is pleased to announce 360-degree virtual tours for use on websites.
The photographic panoramas are ideal for accommodation providers, but can be used for any business or organisation that has a venue to show off.
Taking in the whole 360 degrees of the scene, a virtual tour provides an immersive experience for the viewer, allowing them to see the entire view, front, back and sides.
The beautiful interior of the Old Kirk in Dyke is brought to life by a 360-degree virtual tour.
Using a combination of specialist photographic equipment and stitching software, virtual tours give a video-like appearance to pictures as they scroll round the room with the option to stop and zoom in.
Suggested uses include:
- Bedrooms, lounges, dining rooms
- Outdoor scenes and activities
- Wedding and conference venues
- Public places
- Retail stores
In fact, anything where the view cannot be represented adequately with a single photograph.
Customers respond well to virtual tours because of their immersive nature.
Marc Hindley, who received training from Google to create virtual tours for their Business View programme, is behind the camera, and said, “360-degree tours are a fantastic way for businesses to wrap their stunning views around their customers. That’s what it feels like. Customers see every corner of your venue and they like that because you’re hiding nothing. It’s the next best thing to being there.”
“Because of the extreme wide angle lenses necessary to capture these images, it is possible to also create static panorama with stunning perspectives that stand out from pictures businesses sometimes use on their websites.”
“An unusual perspective is great for creating an instant wow-factor.”
If you have a venue you think would benefit from an immersive, 360-degree tour, please call Marc on 01309 358004 or email email@example.com