360 Video Virtual Tour

We create high-quality stabilized video having 8k and 4k resolution, 48 or 24 frames per second together with high-quality post-processing. Videos are supported by the most advanced technologies, such as virtual reality headsets (including Samsung Gear VR), different electronic devices and YouTube channels.

We use different types of moving and fixed objects (tripods, monopods, cars etc.) to record videos. For aerial shooting we usually use drones with fully gyro-stabilized unique suspension. Panoramic video covers up all the space around the camera 360×180 degrees without black spots at both nadir and zenith viewing angle.

360° videos are available in any format you choose: .mp4, .avi, .mov, etc. All the videos are made and kept in frames, making it possible to encode them into any available format and bitrate with the resolution up to 8k.

How you can use 360 Video

360 video is now fully supported across video hosting websites and social media. Use your professionally shot video on sites such as YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook and more to showcase your location and tell your stories.

Use VR headsets to further enhance the user experience by placing them ‘within’ the video. Google Cardboard, Samsung VR and Oculus Rift headsets are supported by YouTube, making sharing your 360 video quick and easy.

Using VR

VR headsets allow you to view both 360 virtual tours and 360 video in true VR form, by projecting the images onto your eyes creating a very real feeling of ‘being there’. The tours are split into 2 separate feeds, one into each eye. There are currently 2 types of VR headset we support.

Samsung Gear VR

Samsung Gear VR is a high quality VR Headset that runs using Samsung’s smart phone devices. The quality is superb, perfect for showcasing your location at trade shows or for mobile viewing on the go. The user can move their heads to move the tours and videos using the phones in-built accelerometer!

Google Cardboard

Google Cardboard VR Headsets work in a similar way to Samsung Gear VR, although the quality is less due to the different build. The Cardboard headsets are exactly that, made from cardboard that come flat packed or partially constructed. By inserting your smart phone and visiting your tours specific web page, the user is transformed to your location in complete virtual reality.