Interactive photographic 360º & 3D Virtual Tours – is not a “movie”
The term “Virtual Tours” is often misused. A video moving through a space is not one by definition. A true virtual tour is an interactive experience, where the user controls the navigation. This can be done with a series 360º photospheres or with 3D CGI (computer generated graphics). They can be viewed on a computer screen or through a Virtual Reality viewer like Google Card Board, Oculus Rift, Sony PlayStation VR or the HTC Vive but to name a few.
To view in full screen, click the icon of the lower left side of the tour box screen. This tour is of Garden Park Antiques in Nashville, Tennessee. This panorama was shot for Google Street View. Great for any place you want to showcase.
Garden Park Antique Virtual Tour
More Virtual Tours by Bob Henderson
Panoramic Virtual Tours can also be developed from blueprints: