Virtual Viewing with
Travel may be limited these days, but discovering incredible experiences from across the globe doesn’t have to be. Virtual tours, especially in the real estate industry, were becoming increasingly popular even before the COVID-19 pandemic. This is where the virtual tour comes in – you can use this medium to present a property to potential customers online, either live (using a video conferencing software such as Zoom) or by sharing a link.
360 for Virtual Viewing
Simply put, a 360 camera captures panoramic photos and videos from a single position. A 30 camera can pan both vertically and horizontally, creating a photo that is fully navigable and makes the viewers feel like they are actually at the location where the photo was taken.
There are some factors to take into account when choosing your 360 camera for virtual viewing.