Virtual Tours

Virtual Tours

What are Virtual tours:

A virtual tour is a digital alternative that allows you to explore and walk around a location or area without physically being there. This type of tour usually consists of a sequence of 360º still images, videos, or 3D scans, along with other multimedia elements like sound effects, music, narration, text, and floor maps. Unlike live television used for tele-tourism, virtual tours enable users to freely navigate and explore the simulated environment. These tours can be experienced through various platforms including VR/AR, web, PC, and mobile devices.


When it comes to major purchases, the saying ‘try it before you buy it’ holds true. It’s rare to make a significant investment, such as buying a car or choosing a college, without first experiencing it in person. However, for distant destinations like universities, resorts, and other far-off locations, this poses a challenge. If people cannot visit, they are less likely to invest.


Virtual tours provide a solution to this challenge by offering consumers the ability to easily view destinations and showcase what makes them unique. This technology is extensively used in industries such as hospitality, real-estate, museums, construction and education institutes. By providing online access to immersive environments, virtual tours allow users to experience a destination without physically being there.

Furthermore, they offer a range of benefits beyond just allowing people to virtually ‘try before they buy’. They can be used to increase online traffic, generate more high-quality leads, offer live guided tours, and provide a highly engaging marketing tool for sales teams, events, and sales meetings. By utilizing virtual tours effectively, businesses can exploit this asset for multiple purposes.


Here is some of our previous work:

Bushmens Nek

South African Astronomical Observatory

Ceres Museum – Historical virtual tour