How does the Virtual Tour work?

That’s a good one! After shooting at the physical place, we’ll process it. Leave all the heavy work to us. Then, after we’ve finished, you can access your digital twin on your phone and pc or your iPad, just tap to tour around the space!

The creation and functioning of a virtual tour involve several steps and technologies. Here’s a general overview of how virtual tours typically work:

Capture Content: #

Photography or Videography: High-quality images or videos of the physical space are captured. This can be done using specialized cameras, such as those equipped for 360-degree photography or panoramic shots.
360-Degree Cameras: These cameras capture a complete view of a space in all directions, allowing viewers to pan and tilt to explore the environment.

Stitching Images/Video: #

If the virtual tour is created using multiple images, a process called stitching is used to seamlessly combine them. This is particularly important in 360-degree photography, where each image represents a portion of the entire view.
Specialized software is often used to merge the images or videos and create a cohesive, immersive experience.

Navigation and Interaction: #

Once the content is captured and stitched, navigation elements are added. These include controls that allow users to move through the virtual space, pan, tilt, and zoom.
Interactive features may be included, such as clickable hotspots that provide additional information, links to other parts of the tour, or multimedia elements like audio or video.

Platform or Delivery Method: #

Virtual tours can be hosted on websites, mobile apps, or dedicated platforms. They may be compatible with virtual reality (VR) devices for an even more immersive experience.
Web-based virtual tours often use HTML5, WebGL, or other web technologies to ensure compatibility across different devices and browsers.

Distribution: #

Virtual tours are made accessible to users through various channels, including websites, social media, or dedicated apps.
Some virtual tours may be embedded directly on a website, allowing users to explore the space without leaving the site.
Updates and Maintenance:

Virtual tours may need updates over time, especially if there are changes to the physical space being showcased. This can involve capturing new content, updating information, or adding new features.
Overall, the key to a successful virtual tour is creating a seamless, immersive experience that allows users to explore and engage with a space as if they were physically present. The technologies and methods used can vary based on the goals of the virtual tour and the preferences of the creator.