Virtual tours are a great way to show your business. With the advancement of technology, people can see what you have to offer in real-time. That will make them want to buy your product or service. Nowadays, businesses do not need word of mouth for customers. They have virtual tours so clients can “be there” without leaving their homes.
Virtual Tours have been around for a while, but they have gotten better with time. They started out as 360 panoramic tours, where people would move through photos by clicking and dragging their mouse across the screen. But the latest virtual tours use videos or stop motion images, which make them more realistic than ever.
What is a Virtual Tour
There are two types of virtual tours: VR and Virtual Tours. VR is when you use a headset to block out the real world and see a virtual world. With a Virtual Tour, you are looking at photos of a place that have been taken with pan, tilt, and zoom features.
Are you running a business that has multiple locations?
If so, then virtual tours are the perfect way to showcase your business. Virtual tours can be created in any location and they will allow potential customers to explore your different businesses without having to leave their home. Plus, this is a great way to show off your products and services without having people come into your store or office.
Virtual Tours help current employees understand how each of your locations works. This way, they can provide the best customer service possible.
DSLR Virtual Tours
The DSLR Virtual Tours offer exceptionally high quality images for projects that require high quality detail.
Matterport Virtual Tours
Matterport Virtual Tours utilizes a protected and restrictive framework to make true to life virtual tours. The Matterport Virtual Tour Scanner is a very good quality Photography gadget and lower-end Lidar 3D Scanning framework in one.
INSTAPro2 360° Virtual Tour
The camera enables us to quickly take 360° Panorama pictures. It takes a scene picture with a single shot, making it ideal to shoot where there is a lot of movement. The DSLR pictures will forever be superior to the pictures from the InstaPro2 360° Camera.