Virtual Tours Turn Your Clients into Your Best Sales People! Featured

Before we talk about what a virtual tour is, I think it’s important to address why they are so valuable. Top Selling Agents have figured it out… When you provide a virtual tour for your listings, buyers and sellers post it on facebook and twitter, and they share that tour with everyone-they-know; neighbors, friends, and co-workers. That translates into POWERFUL word-of-mouth advertising. But they’re not just promoting your listings, they’re referring YOU, and showing the world what you do to market homes, vs. the competition. Adding a virtual tour to your listing is like adding a frame to a valuable painting....

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Photos vs. Virtual Tours

Don't settle for a picture. Hi quality photos are great but even the best high quality photo can be a little deceiving, because the angle could be perfect in hiding a not so desirable aspect. What a virtual tour does allow the user to explore the destination in 360 degrees. It’s in high definition but the advantage is you can check out all the nooks and crannies, and it’s a better way to know what you’re getting. Google has made everyone an expert. Shoppers have changed. They are heavily researching their accommodation options making the market more and more competitive. The...

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Spin360 give companies the edge with 360 virtual tours

When people think of virtual tours, residential real estate typically comes to mind. Panoramic tours use a sequence of carefully assembled high-quality images stitched together, offering larger, clearer views, which makes the technology a valuable tool for real estate agents, who can offer potential buyers an in-depth look at property, regardless of their geographic location. Spin360 is a business that offers high-end 360-degree photos. The company allows users to take virtual tours of large investments. The tool enables potential buyers to virtually move from room to room, up flights of stairs and through corridors. Virtual tours are “a way you can take somebody...

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Google has expanded its virtual tours to more than 150 of the world’s major museums

Spin360 have been creating virtual tours for New Zealand clients since 2002. The quality of the photography is and continues to be world class. Immersive 360 degree photography is format that works and people all around the world have been exposed to this way of seeing places they will never go to. The virtual tourist is born. Beyond this passive visitor seeing the world from the comfort of their own home lies the the actual tourist looking for the most enticing place to stay and visit. This could be your business, hotel, B&B, restaurant or tourist attraction. The tremendous value that virtual...

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Colleges Are Embracing Virtual Tours

Kendra Kirchgessner, a high school junior, has been touring prospective college campuses in Southern California—without leaving her Sellersburg, Ind., home. Using a personal computer, Kendra recently explored Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, "strolling" past Watson Hall and getting a 360-degree view of the Student Center. "I liked what the tour guides were saying about the teachers and how they helped students," says Kendra, 17, who wants to study elementary education. "The layout was really nice, and I liked how everything was close by. The buildings are all pretty much within walking distance from one another." Every summer, thousands of families start the...

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Google Unveils Virtual Tour of Worlds Most Famous Art Galleries

Google unveiled a new website that allows virtual tours of some of the world's most famous art galleries, featuring paintings photographed with extreme high-resolution "gigapixel" technology. For the Art Project, video cameras mounted on trolleys recorded 360-degree tours of galleries in eleven cities around the world. They utilised their same 'street view' technology and took it indoors The Palace of Versailles (Versailles) The Van Gogh Museum, and Rijksmuseum (Amsterdam) Smithsonian's Freer Gallery of Art (Washington, DC) Uffizi Gallery (Florence) The Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and The Frick Collection (New York City) National Gallery, and Tate Britain (London) Museo Reina Sofia, and Museo Thyssen...

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