Create virtual tours quickly, smartly and intuitively
Pictures and media
A virtual tour consists of pictures first of all. It gets really exciting, however, when videos, music and other content merge into an individual experience. We'll make sure you keep track of your media.
Our design templates you can customize color flexible. Through our font management we give you access to up to 800 fonts (Google Web Fonts). Of course, we integrate all fonts DSGVO compliant and offline.
Galleries and Slideshows
You can integrate slideshows and galleries in your tour.
In the slideshows, for example, the panoramas (panorama slideshow) can be selected and played at random or via an ordered list. The result: flowing presentations, which run harmoniously picture by picture. For the viewer that means: sit back, watch and enjoy.
You can add your own CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) codes. With the help of CSS, you can personalize the appearance of your tours even more.
In the sidebar, you can place all the elements that are necessary to inform your users, such as quick links or additional texts. The navigation also finds its place here.
Orientation over floor plans
Floor plans help your users to better orient themselves in the tours. This feature is very helpful, especially for large and complex projects.
Compatible with Virtual Reality glasses
Present your tours not only on the screen, but also using VR glasses (such as Google Cardboard, Zeiss VR, Samsung Gear, Oculus Go, etc.). Your users can immerse themselves so deeply in the 360-degree experience.
Hotspots are linked navigation points within the panoramic images. You guide users from one location to the next with a mouse click. Those who follow the hotspots can easily explore the tour step by step. The labeling of the hotspots also serve as a guide.
Choose from interactive hotspot types
Various interactive hotspot types increase the time you spend and the user experience of your visitors. We offer a variety of different types to make your tours more dynamic and interesting.
You can also create your own hotspots using XML, CSS, and JS.
Infoboxes are content elements that can be placed at the edges of the tour and may contain further information. The info boxes can be limited to selected image areas.
Preview links can be forwarded to customers, friends, employees, etc., in order to complete the call, e.g. be checked in advance or discuss extensions together. These links have a fixed duration and expire automatically.
The export is a static snapshot of your virtual tour. It is self-sufficient and can run offline. All required contents are included in the export. Exceptions are content our system does not have direct access to, such as videos from YouTube or Vimeo.
The tour builder allows you to retrospectively customize the exported tour and create deep links to individual viewpoints.
A push notification is a message that is displayed on a user's screen even when it is not interacting with the tour. The tour does not have to be open. This way, your users will not miss important events or messages.
Screen synchronization between browsers
With screen synchronization, web conferencing can take place within a virtual tour. The number of participants is open at the top.
Use this opportunity also at trade fairs or to fine-tune your tour construction quickly and smoothly.