Virtual Tour Features

We focus on delivering virtual tour features that enable you to market your facility or product better.

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Professional Photography

We utilize the latest technology available for high definition photography. We use post photography techniques such as HDR and Enfusion to create stunning images.

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Auto Responsive For All Screen Sizes

All of our virtual tours custom designed or standard design, are created with one key feature: they auto resize to any screen size appropriately   If you are viewing on a huge 55″ screen or an iPhone, our virtual tours will self-adjust respectively to the screen size.

We use HTML5 and Flash media queries to trigger different layout sets at various screen sizes. No longer will you need to zoom and scroll around when browsing on your mobile phone.

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Touch-Screen Display User Interface

All of our virtual tours are designed for display on regular screens with mouse or command prompt interaction as well as touch-screens.  The design for touch screens and multitouch capability is available on all devices such as smartphones, tablets and touchscreen computers.

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Flash and HTML5

The Virtual Tour Group Panorama Viewer is available as Flash and HTML5 viewer. Both viewers have and use the same interfaces for controlling the panos and the layout.

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High Performance Rendering

The rendering-performance and the image-quality were and are one of the two most important features in the krpano development. Additionally there are also strong development demands to keep the viewer itself as small and efficient as possible.

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Highly-Customizable

Almost everything is customizable in our virtual tour viewer. There are settings for everything and adding custom settings or behaviors is possible too. Virtual Tour Group has a flexible and dynamic xml scripting system which allows realizing all types of design ideas and features.

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Wide Range of Image Formats

Supported panoramic formats by the virtual tour group Flash/Html5 Panorama Viewer:

  • Cube and Cubestrip Images
  • Spherical Panos (360×180)
  • Cylindrical Panos
  • Partial Spherical, Partial Cylindrical Panos
  • Flat Images
  • Cubical QTVR files (.mov)
  • Zoomify Images
  • Object Movies
  • Panoramic Videos (Spherical, Cylindrical, Partials)

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Multi-Resolution

Loading very large images, e.g. at Gigapixel size, at once is not possible today – the loading would take ages and the memory need that would be need to display the image would be much to much for a web application. To solve this problem our virtual tour system supports a tiled Multi-Resolution loading – the large images will be resampled to several resolution levels and each level will be split up into many small tiles. And these small tiles will be loaded piece by piece and only when needed. This makes is possible to view also very large images quick and fast and with a few memory need.
Multi-Resolution images can be generated automatically by using our virtual tour system.

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3D Projections

The Virtual Tour Group Flash viewer supports several ways for projecting the pano image on the screen:

  • The normal or also called Rectilinear Projection.
  • Fisheye Projection.
  • Stereographic Fisheye Projection (when looking down also called ‘Little Planet View’).
  • Pannini Projection (Cylindrical Fisheye / Stereographic).
  • Architectural Projection.

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Customization

Virtual Tour Group is a pioneer in working the details with clients and focusing on the little details that make the client’s virtual tour stand out.

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Cross Browser Compatible

Our virtual tours are designed for all major Browsers.  We test each virtual tour we create on all browsers to ensure compatibility and compliance to WC3 latest validations .

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  • Professional Photography
  • HDR Photography
  • Photoshop Editing
  • Color Optimization
  • Full Licensing
  • HDR Processing
  • Panorama Stitching
  • Custom UI Design
  • Full Screen Capability
  • Thumbnail Navigation
  • Floor Plan Navigation
  • Hotspot Integration
  • Flash / HTML5 Compatible
  • Web Distribution
  • Downloadable Media
  • Social Media
  • PC / Mac / Linux / Mobile Compatible
  • Flash / HTML5

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