360o Virtual Tours
When a particular zoom level is reached, a higher resolution
panorama will load showing greater detail instead of a
pixilated image, which makes the viewing quality higher than most
leading virtual tour systems.
A floor plan has a main use to display and load all the
rooms that make up in the virtual tour. A thumbnail or
text is also displayed on mouse hovers.
A driven virtual tour is obtainable where all the rooms
are shown and loaded automatically one after another.
This is a good method of presenting the virtual tour
as a DVD or video file, or as part of an exhibition in
London Excel, Birmingham NEC or Scotland SECC exhibition
Background sound can also be can be added as part of the
virtual tour in order to add more realism into the whole
concept. For example, if you were to walk through a property
to the garden, two different sounds will appear to suit.
Thumbnail Image Gallery
This feature is perfect to show a group of still shots
within the virtual tour. This gallery can be shown and
hidden using a button.
Embed Flash or Video Files
Additional Flash animated files or a videos can be shown
when a button is clicked, to enhance the virtual tour.
Useful in show casing how a feature works in a car or
how a live scene looks like outside.
Google map is available so the user can navigate through the virtual tour and
load different locations. It will appear as part of the virtual tour’s
interface and can be hidden using a button. This is designed and built specifically
for the travel and property industry in allowing greater interactive freedom
of one destination to another.
Radar is suitable for floor plans and for Google map. It shows the viewer which
way they are facing, as well as the field of view angle to make it easier
for the user to identify where they are. Ideal for property developers as
you may have one plot close to another and you would be able to visit one
property and 'see' where the next one is in relation to where you are 'standing'.
An image representing a compass shows which cardinal
point the user is looking at. This is ideal for outdoor
This feature includes a flare effect which simulates
a realistic lens flare from looking into a bright light
source like the sun or a spot light, making the tour
have a sense of more realism and greater 3D effect.
Hotspots can include several functions such
as loading another room, loading an audio file, and showing
an information box with an image, text or both.