Creating virtual tours is one of our specialties. Users love our tours, and for good reason—we give them the ability to explore your project, room by room, on their own terms and on any of their devices. Users can consider sight lines, discern furniture layouts, understand spacial references, and connect with the project on a deeper level than simple still imaging can offer.
Tour composition is a significant ingredient in providing an outstanding tour experience, which is why we map out and proof all our tour setups in our Production Framework, ensuring that the user will get lost in your project because of it's irresistible appeal, not because of poor tour design.
Over 80% of real estate searches today occur on mobile, which is why we make sure our virtual tours are designed from the ground up to take advantage of the smartphone and tablet devices. Light-weight, gyroscope-enabled, and optimized for tap and swipe gestures comes as standard for all our virtual tour content.
We don't ignore VR - in fact, our very first tour we ever created was for the VR headset. We know the advantages true VR promises, and we also know its limitations. Our team strikes the right balance of user experience and technology requirements with each project based on what each builder needs.
A lot goes into a tour that isn't the main event, but nonetheless makes a huge mark on the user experience. Iconography, UI design, and how it is accessed from the web, all make an impact on the end experience. We consider every angle of each tour's requirements to make certain every user experience is outstanding.
We guarantee the ease and functionality of each tour we produce through our beautiful microsite templates, allowing users to receive the full impact of virtual tours with minimal interruption to the builder's own website.
When we start developing the framework for each project, we start by thoroughly understanding the goals the project needs to achieve. We dive deep into the target audience, project objectives, and success metrics to understand exactly how the project is to be planned.Learn More >
Our team provides a clear series of to-do checklists, along with timeline way-points, at the beginning of each project to ensure everyone involved knows what is needed for success.Learn More >
We lay out the best direction every project can take in being incorporated into further projects down the road.Learn More >
We deliver a clear and transparent breakdown of the costs involved to get each project into an experience that users will love, as well as payment plans suited for the project's timeline.Learn More >
We know most customers don't envision a space using floorplans alone. Conveying how a space will look to a customer is one of the most common challenges builders and designers face on a daily basis. That's why we specialize in virtual tours: we allow the user to literally see for themselves what the project will look like - on their own device and at their own convenience.
If you are interested in integrating virtual tours into your communication strategy, you likely also have a tonne of questions about what's involved. That is why we keep an open and robust dialogue with every builder throughout the production process.
We can start with the two questions every customer has: Budget & Schedule >>
As with everything - Virtual Tour costs depend on a number of factors, including what look and feel you are wanting to achieve, how fluid your project plans may still be, and how involved you intend to be in directing the final result.
We provide a thorough review of the costs for every project during the development phase of our Production Strategy. Our budgeting options are sensible and designed to work with your project timelines.
Producing Virtual Tours from building plans includes detailed 3D modeling, digitally staging assets, node mapping, rendering, and interface design. Our Studio Production Strategy lays out the itinerary to accomplishing these steps for every tour, and outlines what is required from them at each step.
Typically, our delivery commitment for virtual tours range between 4-8 weeks, and the delivery of associated deployment strategies can range anywhere between 1 to 3 months.