Tuesday, 11 September 2012

360imagery Virtual Tour at Avon Tyrrell for CTC

Virtual Tour at Avon Tyrrell for CTC, The National Cycling Charity

360imagery recently created a 360 degree virtual tour at Avon Tyrrell for CTC, The National Cycling Charity. You can view the end result by either clicking here or on the post image above.

The client considered many different marketing options to showcase a brand new cycle 'pump track' they have developed, and felt that a 360imagery virtual tour would really bring their whole project and website to life.

Our tour is made up of 3 x 8m mast panorama scenes - this is a unique system we devised 'in house' at 360imagery and is a very effective way to give more impact to an image or scene. It is a great way to get above any 'street furniture' at ground level, and is perfect for impressive outdoor or building frontage shots.

This particular project required thumbnails as a means to navigate between the different cycle tracks and also makes good use of information 'pop up' boxes to further engage potential clients.

This is what CTC had to say about the end result.........
 “I'd been looking for a way to showcase the mountain bike tracks and trails CTC build for a long time. 360imagery was the perfect solution. Stuart's knowledge and experience brought the project to life and have enabled us to showcase what we do in much more engaging way for both our existing and potential clients
Ian Warby | Senior Support Officer
CTC, The National Cycling Charity

At 360imagery we bespoke design all of our projects which means you can have a tour as basic or interactive as you require. Whether it be a building you are trying to rent or sell, or a location, attraction or outdoor space you wish to market to potential clients, this job demonstrates perfectly that a 360imagery virtual tour is a stunning, effective way to market just about anything!

For more information about how we can bring any project alive, and engage potential & existing clients on your website, please visit us at www.360imagery.co.uk

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