A virtual tour is an assembly of several photos to offer a 360 ° interactive view of a place, in this case your home or apartment. Each view is composed of an assembly of photos taken from a central point and requiring shooting equipment. The advantage of a 360 ° panoramic view is to allow a total immersion and an interactive discovery of the place photographed.
The taking of photos for apartment generally takes 1 hour, possibly more depending on the number of views desired. It is especially the processing, assembly and publication of the virtual visit that takes time.
To display a virtual tour, you must have a private internet address that only you know. You receive this address with your order confirmation, and you are free to share it as you see fit. Your virtual tour is also protected from Google bots that browse the Internet to index content.
Our package includes 5 shots 360° and 5 HDR photos, and you have the possibility to add them when ordering, according to your needs. The photographer will advise you on the best locations to render your property to its best, and you will decide freely which ones you prefer.
All our virtual tours can be viewed on all types of modern media (computers, tablets, smartphones). We use the html5 language which is compatible with Android (Google) and iOs (Apple).
The virtual tour is represented in the form of an internet page which is accessible to a private address which we communicate to you in your confirmation of order. Just mention this address (url) in your ads so that interested people can virtually visit your property. Some ad sites allow you to fill in an external url in a special field. If this is not the case, then fill in the url in the description of your property.
Yes, your virtual tour is also meant to be contained in a ‘frame’ on your site. The creation of this framework is linked to the technology of your site, and your webmaster will inform you about this possibility.
You usually only need to use the following code:
<iframe src="url de votre visite virtuelle" style="border:0px #FFFFFF none;" name="myiFrame" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" marginheight="0px" marginwidth="0px" height="650px" width="950px" allowfullscreen="true" mozallowfullscreen="true" webkitallowfullscreen="true"></iframe>
The tags “height” & “width” will determine the size of your frame.