Virtual tour examples – schools, colleges & universities

University of Sheffield Please note that the virtual tours can be displayed within any website at any width and height University research facilities Buxton School Liv Students SYEC Other notable examples Virtual showroom – example of embedded content High Street showroom (including Google integration) Very large, complicated building

Ever heard of Flambient estate agent photography?

When you’re selling a home, the quality of the photography is very important. Even more so now, in the time of Coronavirus when people are much more reluctant to visit in person, good quality estate agent photography is vital. So obviously, vendors want the best photography for their homes and estate agents want to be … Continue Reading

New virtual tour for Sash Windows London Ltd

We’re just back from London where we created a virtual tour for Sash Windows London. This company provide high-end, bespoke window and door solutions across London and the wider area for many of the most beautiful houses. Their focus is on high quality and value for money which perfectly aligns with 360 Virtual Views’ values. … Continue Reading

How to add your virtual tour to your website & other FAQs

Your virtual tour is designed to be embedded into any website – here’s everything you need to know. Virtual Tour Hosting All Matterport virtual tours are hosted on the Matterport servers and we don’t have direct access to edit the tour files directly. Due to the technology and proprietorial software used, we don’t have a … Continue Reading

Virtual Tour Case Study – the Greystones Pub, Sheffield

Last year, Thornbridge Brewery (Bakewell) asked us to create a virtual tour for the Greystones Pub (Greystones Road, Sheffield). The purpose behind the virtual tour was: To raise generally their profile and find new customers To create something interesting and fun to share on social media To provide extra interactivity for their website To allow … Continue Reading

Derbyshire Virtual Tours help savvy businesses find new customers

According to recent industry reports, the competition in the UK hotel & tourism industries is growing fast. In recent years, with the rise of relatively new competitors such as Airbnb, Homestay, and Flipkey that allow anyone open their own accommodation business, the growth of the hotel trade has been somewhat stifled as an increasing number … Continue Reading