Bringing your world to your customers

Virtual Tours Services overview

  • Virtual tour creation:
    full screen 360 degree interactive tours
  • Interface creation:
    hotspots & floorplans
  • Virtual Tours in:
    Quicktime, Flash, Java
    and DevalVR viewers
  • 360° object rotations:
    Show your product in 3D
    Allow visitors to see all round your product in 3D
  • Virtual Tours on CD
    Flash presentations and inetractive presentations
    on CD
  • E-Brochures
    Online Flip-the-page Brochures
  • Web services:
    website design,
    development, SEO
    Web hosting from only £3.99 per month
  • Our Location:
    Close to Peterborough
    and Stamford.
    Midway between Lincolnshire, Rutland and Cambridgeshire.

Preparing for a Virtual Tour Shoot

Hints and tips for staging for a virtual tour

When preparing for our photographer to shoot your virtual tour, we recommend you consider the following:

Outside shots: When does your business, tourist location, restaurant, hotel, home etc look at its best? Think of the season - outside shots where there are plenty of trees, can look beautiful in autumn, but if your business simply looks bleak with no flowers or trees, consider choosing a different time of year.

If you need your virtual tour NOW regardless of whether this is the best time of year for outside shots, then consider bringing in some pots of flowers or bushes to add colour.

Make sure the outside area is swept and tidy. Remove any furniture or bins you wouldn't like to see in the shots. Take covers off garden furniture. Place a tray with drinks onto outside tables as if someone is about to sit down and use the space.

Move cars or vans out of sight, unless you wish to have them included in your virtual tour.

Inside shots: Every room should look at its most alluring since with a virtual tour you are inviting potential customers into your business or home. Think of the process as "staging" your business or home to show it at its best. Make sure windows, floors and surfaces are clean. Stand back and take a critical look at the room. Is there anything in the room you do not wish prospective clients to see... if you can see it now, they will see it in the virtual tour!

Restaurants and dining rooms: Set every table ready for your best guests. Dress the tables with table cloths, cutlery, glasses, napkins, fresh flowers or candles.

Bedrooms: Make sure the beds are made, curtains are hung at windows, every surface is neat and tidy. Consider having a book on the bedside table, or a dressing gown neatly draped over the end of the bed.

Sitting Rooms: Clear away any clutter. Move out any excess furniture. Consider placing books on coffee tables or a tray with teapot and cups. Put fresh flowers in the room.

Showrooms: Make sure that your showroom looks at its best. Think which products would most entice your customers to want to visit in person and ensure that these are clearly visible.

Doctors and Dentist Surgeries: Check that specialist equipment is in shot if you would like to showcase it. Make sure that work surfaces and floors are clutter-free. If you can see that bag tucked up the corner behind the door, it will be in the virtual tour!

Offices: Check that desks are tidy and clutter-free and that shelves look tidy and only contain items you want visitors to see. Remove the plant you've forgotten to water and make sure there are no boxes or bags on the floor which detract from the appearance of your office.

The benefits of hiring a virtual tour provider