An interactive tour with a set number of 360° waypoints for existing spaces or those under construction. The virtual tour can be showcased on your website and is viewable on social media. It can also be added to Google Maps to integrate your business directly into Street View. Or use any phone with a $15 Google Cardboard for an easy, portable VR experience.
Mobile VR uses dedicated hardware and a custom app to provide a portable 3D experience. Compact size and low cost enables you to take advantage of VR at trade shows and conventions. Allow remote teams to connect immersively for low cost. Introduce potential clients to VR and win new business by setting yourself apart. We use the new Google Daydream and Gear VR for standout performance and a professional look.
Showcase the real world space with an online digital representation. Matterport is a low cost option for finished buildings. Similar to a Web-based Virtual Tour, users can engage online with a smartphone, tablet, laptop, or desktop. Want to see it in VR? A mobile headset gives the client or customer a full 360° 3D experience. Rooms and views feel so real, it’s like being there.
We’ll be your guide when choosing what devices to use and how best to utilize them. We sell and offer full support for the hardware, including training for your staff and maintenance of the equipment.
The Google Daydream is a comfortable and light choice to immerse users in VR. Includes a tracked controller for intuitive interaction, and superior visuals are provided by a flagship Android smartphone.
The Samsung Gear VR offers mid-range immersion in VR. Powered by a Samsung smartphone, users navigate with gaze tracking or a touchpad on the side of the headset.
A portable, low-cost introduction to VR, Google Cardboard gives potential clients a basic feel for the space. Starting at $15 a piece, they’re great for branded marketing and are compatible with any smartphone.
Good: Google Cardboard
Better: Samsung Gear VR
Best: Google Daydream