Skins are the frame of your virtual tours. They can include stickers, buttons, text boxes and logos that "float" on top of the virtual tour. A skin is what gives your virtual tour the look and feel of a custom presentation and should go hand-in-hand with your style guide or corporate identity.
Use virtual tours in combination with your high quality still photography. Photo albums complement a virtual tour, much like a catalogue does. Your audience will always love to flick through the "pretty corners" of the house.
Hotspots are the essence of a virtual tour. They allow your audience to click on objects and discover information and details inside the scene.
Capture the true spirit of a place. A Live Panorama combines several panoramas of the same spot taken at different times. The result is breath-taking: While you're having a look around, you'll see the scenery change and evolve slowly.
Maps or floor plans for orientation on top of the virtual tours. These can be equipped with hotspots, too, so that your audience can jump from room to room or even from floor to floor more quickly. A radar tool indicates at all times in which direction the user is currently looking.
The 3D animated transitions between "stops" will give you a natural impression of movement which you may know from 3D models and scans. Rather than jumps from one spot to another, this technology will make you feel as if you're actually moving forwards towards the next position. All from pure photography.
Would you like to show a Google Map inside your tour or allow your audience to access a booking system? No problem. Apart from media imports into your virtual tour, we can also embed and pop up external content - say videos hosted on YouTube, Google maps, or booking systems.
SPINASIA 360 Virtual Tours are VR compatible, which means they can be seen in "standard 360º" and in Virtual Reality. The simple push of a button will let your audience switch from one mode to the other.