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(IPad / iPhone version available.)
The guided tour is a company’s highest value form of marketing, the one they are willing to spend the most per person because the results justify it. But by its very nature the number of people that can be reached is limited, by cost, by time, by capacity, by distance… until now. With our unique guided virtual tour you can reach prospective and current customers 24/7/365 anywhere on the globe. The results speak for themselves. (See below.)
Experience a guided 360VR Tour of Taliesin East
The center of Frank Lloyd Wright’s world was Taliesin East near Spring Green, Wisconsin. It was his home, workshop, architectural laboratory and inspiration for nearly all his life. Our international award winning Tour de Force, allows visitors from around the world to experience this place in ways only a personal visit could provide before. The response has been dramatic.
A Guided Tour where you are in control: This virtual visit introduces our powerful guided tour capability which is unique in the industry. If they want, visitors can sit back and be lead on the tour by a guide directing their attention to various aspects of a location, even augmenting the presentation with still images (or any media) to illustrate points. This is much like a physical tour or narrative video. Unlike either visitors are in control. They can move around to locations and topics of interest to them in any order they want. They can always drop out of the guided tour to explore on their own and “rejoin” the tour at any point. This becomes highly interactive and engaging and is proving quite intuitive. Try it out.
Explore the Milwaukee Public Market
This is a basic facility tour of the Milwaukee Public Market. It demonstrates:
- How Scott Witte can shoot 360VR in situations filled with people.
- Multi-level floor plan with field of view “radar”.
- Ability to place elements such as maps, text, menus etc. outside the panorama image, giving a cleaner view of the image. In this case the map is moved back over the image in full screen mode but could easily have been left in a separate section off the image.