360 Degree Virual Tours

Click on each of the examples below which will open in a new window.

EUREKA! The National Children's Museum. All About Me Gallery.

Annie Lennox Photography Exhibition. The Lowry Hotel, Salford.

The Lowry Gallery, Salford Quays.

New Build Luxury House in Alderley Edge, Cheshire.

A Virtual Reality Tour is a very powerful way of allowing your customers to immerse themselves in your location. It's the next best thing to being there, these tours allow you to rotate the image through 360 degrees, zoom in, zoom out and even move around a whole building/location by clicking on a parts within the actual image.

It is the perfect way to showcase your location and demonstrate to the viewers of your web site exactly what it is you have to offer. The client's ability to visualise what your location has to offer is critical to their choice of one place over another.

These Virtual Tours become a captivating, interactive marketing tool which clients will remember.

Include the finished images in your web sites, email or CD, to be viewed using QuickTime which is compatible with both Mac and PC.

These images can also be printed if you require a flat 360 degree image. They can be used for marketing material or printed larger for display purposes. They can also be included on web pages, emails, PowerPoint presentations CD's and included in videos.

If you want to promote your location then these stunning images are ideal.

If you already have a website these images can be easily included. I am happy to discuss this with your website administrators/designers or upload the images myself.

If you don't already have a web site and would like a site with these images on. Please contact me to discuss your requirements and will be happy to quote for web design and photographic services.

If you would like more information or would like to discuss this service further please contact me.

They are all compatible with Mac, PC, iPhone, iPad, Android Phones and Tablets. If your device has a gyroscope then buy tilting and rotating it the image will move with it.


All images are copyright of Simon Taylor, no copying display or reproduction of any kind without prior permission.