360 degree virtual tours are a great way to enhance your website. Our high quality 360 virtual tours increase the exposure of your location and captivating your audience, immediately showcasing your space. They create a massive visual impact and allow businesses to show people the spaces they want to promote.
Using specialist cameras with ultra wide angle lenses, as well as the latest editing software, our virtual tours allow you to view an indoor or outdoor location from all angles - left and right, up and down, and even move through rooms. They are fully interactive and give the user a full true perspective of the space.
360 degree virtual tours are perfect for hotels, restaurants, galleries, museums, conference centres, tourist attractions, football clubs, rental properties and more. They are a great way to attract attention, build interest and motivate viewers to do business with you.
Here is an example 360 degree picture we created recently for a client.
To view the image, give Java permission to run, then, once the image has loaded, place your cursor within the image, click and hold then drag the cursor round within the image to explore.
You can also zoom in and out using the controls in the bottom-left corner of the image
"Coming to hospital can be a daunting experience and here at The Children's we want to try and do whatever we can to make it easier for patients and their families. We commissioned Seven Creative to create a series of 'virtual tours' of the hospital to help visitors familiarise themselves with different departments before coming here, and hopefully ease any anxieties they may have about where to go and what to expect. Although the camera equipment looks hi-tech, the shooting process is actually very simple and it only takes a few minutes to take the 360 photographs. Organising photo shoots inside a children's hospital can take some planning but Chris has been very flexible and patient. We're delighted with the end result and the first virtual tour has already been viewed 60 times within a week of going live on our website."
Sheffield Children’s Hospital 2013