If on a computer, they use the mouse to drag and move around and the wheel to zoom in and out. If on a mobile device, they use their finger to move around and can pinch to zoom in and out. This fits with their normal day to day behaviour and the virtual tour is very intuitive for the viewer to comfortably use.
We provide very high quality results with many years of professional photograhy experience.
You will also notice that if you try and load virtual tours from the other providers they generally do not work on mobile devices / iphones / iPads / android smart phones as they use outdated flash technology. We use cutting edge technology and are a step ahead, ensuring compatibility.
Yes they can. This is useful for example you are at a trade show or holding an exhibition and want to demonstrate the virtual tour on a larger screen for visitors.
You can easily copy the files to a computer and run them straight from that computer without any internet connection needed.
Yes, once the work is done, we give you all of the files which you can host on your own web hosting. The virtual tours remain yours and under your control with no ongoing maintenance from us. You can also copy them to as many other web servers of computers as you wish.
Yes, you simply need to copy and paste the link and can share this easily on your facebook / twitter / google+ / email and many more.
We use the highest resolution professional Canon camera’s with pro grade lenses aswell as special lenses for high quality panoramic photography.
Typically, after the day of shooting, we will edit and process the virtual tour and have it ready for you within 14 days.
Absolutely, with 80% of internet users now accessing the web through a smart phone, we are well aware that being compatible and viewer friendly is extremely important.
We have created our virtual tours to work seamlessly on Compatible on Mac Book, Windows, iPad, iPhone, Android, Desktops, Laptops and Smart Phones with careful optimization and testing. We do not use outdated flash technology which is problematic on many devices.