It’s important to us that all the virtual tours we create have the longest possible lifespan, thus providing the client with better return on their investment. With this in mind we always produce the original photographs at the highest possible resolution in order to make them ‘future proof’.
As the way in which viewing virtual tours evolves (such as smart phones & tablet computers) and clients requirements change for ever higher resolution panoramas, we are perfectly situated to re-author our original photographs of years past to create new 360° panoramas to meet the demands of today.
For example, when we were commissioned to produce 360° panoramas of Queen Victoria & Queen Mary 2 for Cunard, the original specification called for smaller panoramas to fit into a user interface that had been created to showcase the ships, both of which were hugely popular at the time.
In 2010 we were once again commissioned to produce the 360° panoramas for the newest Cunarder, Queen Elizabeth. The brief this time included both smaller and full screen panoramas. In order to bring the virtual tours of Queen Victoria and Queen Mary 2 up to a similar standard, and maintain continuity across all three virtual tours, we were able to re-visit our original high resolution photographs to create new panoramas of the same high standards.
Now all three Cunard Queens can be seen in glorious full screen, showcasing their fantastic interiors to potential clients in a way that truly conveys the comfort & luxury to be found onboard.
Click here to view the full screen panorama of the Grand Lobby on-board Queen Victoria (photographed in 2007).
Click here to view the Illuminations Planetarium on-board Queen Mary 2 (photographed in 2008).
Click here to view the Q1 Balcony on-board Queen Elizabeth (photographed in 2010).
Interested to see what a full screen virtual tour can do for your cruise company? Give us a call on 0845 644 3605 to discuss your requirements.