360 Degree Videos and Virtual Tours

360 Degree video and video tours are an up and coming video technology that is gathering popularity as virtual reality headsets and social media sites jump on board and the videos are marketed to consumers. Now is a fantastic time to get on board and showcase your brand or event in a new manner that will get your audience engaged with your event, your venue or your brand.
360 Degree Video Production

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360 Video and Images

Ever wanted your patrons to be able to experience the atmosphere of your event or venue from the comfort of thier own home? Now you can have your events recorded in full 360-degree views, to be played back on 360 capable platforms like YouTube and Facebook or virtual reality headsets. Every angle is recorded giving the viewer the feeling they are really there!
The possibilities are endless from little planet images to full 360-degree videos to venue tours, room setup displays, immersive timelapses,  just for fun videos, anything where you want your audience to feel like they are there and have more control over what they want to look at. 
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Virtual Tours

Have you ever wanted to show your venue, expo or location to people on the other side of the world? A virtual tour may be the solution for you, let your potential clients walk the rooms of your venue without ever stepping foot in them. 

Your viewer has full control over where they would like to be in the room, and it can be viewed on any internet-enabled device or in any VR headset. 

Imagine being able to talk to a client and showcase each room in your venue whilst at a trade show or over the phone. or think about taking your whole museum, gallery or anywhere online and allowing everyone to experience it no matter where they are, with the possibility of making a revenue stream in the process.

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