Enter the Giga Pixel virtual tour revolution

We have continued to expand our horizons and have invested in better, higher resolution equipment including an array of digital SLR (DSLR) cameras and a multitude of lenses allowing us to take 360 degree panoramic photographs with higher quality, higher resolution and a full 360 x 180 degree field of view.

We can offer bespoke virtual tour solutions depending on your requirements from simple high resolution virtual tours using a fisheye lens requiring as little as 4 shots per location to the new format of Gigapixel virtual tours which require us to take hundreds of photographs to build up an extremely high resolution panoramic photograph of any given location.

Virtual tours for insurance purposes and construction companies

An example use case for gigapixel virtual tours is in the field of construction and renovation where a construction company is asked to renovate a listed building such as a town hall or library and require a detailed record of how the environment / building looked before the renovation took place. We can encapsulate that space and freeze it in time so to speak so that you are covered if something appears out of place or damaged and you can prove that this was in deed the case before the work was carried out.

Depending on your requirements we can deliver a solution tailored to your exact needs.

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