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Virtual Tours

KSC Virtual Tours Let Your Clients See It All
The virtual tour feature enhances the website experience by giving visitors a positive firsthand look at your facility, location, and services. A virtual tour is a photograph taken with special camera equipment that captures an image of an area up to 360 degrees. Virtual tours are an essential asset when it comes to building customer confidence. Seeing is believing! Virtual tours are available in 180 degree (usually designed for small spaces) or 360 degree (large spaces). The reality of the virtual tour is that visitors are drawn into the graphic space and gain the experience of feeling as if they are "right there." When loaded onto a website, the virtual tour allows the viewer to move around the image with the mouse or cursor keys so it seems the space can be seen from every angle. In addition, the zoom-in feature allows the viewer to become up close and personal. The virtual tour picture automatically loads onto the webpage and requires no plug-in from the user.
  • Hotels & Bed and Breakfasts
  • Yachts and Vessels
  • Parks and Recreation Areas
  • Banquet Facilities
  • Real Estate
  • Golf Courses
  • Timeshares and Condominiums
  • Offices and Warehouses
  • Museums and Art Galleries
  • Theaters and Stadiums
  • ... and much more!

Our new virtual tours display not only the 360 degree photo, but the interactive floor plan as well. The floor plan will show the users line of sight. The user can move within the floor plan or interactive photo since they are tied together. If a users sees a door in the interactive photograph, he or she can click on the door and the virtual tour will change to that room.

For example: John is panning and zooming within the kitchen virtual tour. A door passes within the photograph that leads to a dining room. If John clicks on the door, the current tour will change to the Dining room. He can then go back to the kitchen or to another room that leads to the dining room

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