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

6 amazing places to explore without leaving home

Here are 6 amazing places in & around Sheffield you probably didn’t even know existed! All the fun places to visit are closed at the moment so what should can we do instead? Fortunately, I’ve had the opportunity to explore some amazing and beautiful buildings and captured them for everyone to see. Thanks to the … Continue Reading

Virtual tour – what do they look like?

If you’re wondering what a virtual tour looks like and whether it will work for your business, here is an example. The following video shows a virtual tour we recently created for the Hallamshire House in Sheffield (a Thornbridge Brewery pub). This is a video showing how the website visitors can explore the pub using … Continue Reading

High resolution HDR images from a virtual tour

The camera we use to create the virtual tour uses several lenses and infrared sensors to capture and scan an area. The lenses take many HDR images per scan and the infrared sensors measure the area to create a 3D model of it. Besides the standard virtual tour, we’re also able to extract high-definition HDR … Continue Reading