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April 24, 2018 at 2:03 pm in reply to: virtual tours and virtual reality for use with cardboard ? #16666
Tony, check out the OmniVirt VR Player.
If you take 360° shots of your properties and then upload to OmniVirt, you can get the embed code to place directly on your client’s site.April 24, 2018 at 1:52 pm in reply to: Facts and figures on how virtual reality helps sell a property? #16664
A realtor used OmniVirt’s VR Player with interactive hotspots to advertise on The Casper Star-Tribune (local paper in Wyoming) and saw good results. See below for numbers:
From the article:
“Our sales strategy is based on how well we can engage customers. Our client was excited to be the only realtor in Casper to offer such an experience. Even better, the client doubled his average CTR to 0.44% and the house was sold in under two weeks,” says Sean Johnson, Ad Director from The Casper Star-Tribune.
Hope this helps!April 24, 2018 at 1:27 pm in reply to: Best 360 Photography into Virtual Tour for Real Estate #16657
The OmniVirt VR Player with interactive hotspots has been used by many property marketers for their Virtual Tours.
It’s easy to use:
-upload your 360 photos
-link them together using hotspots to create your tour (you simply select where on the photo you want a hotspot. For example, place one on a door to indicate to a user to head to the next room)
Some other helpful links with tour examples:
You can use OmniVirt’s VR Player to host your tour.
1) Sign up for an account
2) Upload your 360 photos (or videos)
3) Add interactive hotspot for where you’d like the tour to navigate next
4) Embed on your website
If it’s not for commercial use, it’s free!
Hope this helps,