Introducing 3D Tours
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3D Tours are the new way to help reduce costs and save time, with many useful applications across different industry sectors. Allowing you and your customers to be fully immersed as you explore a space or location.
Real Estate, New developments, Historic properties, construction, hotels, event spaces, spas or yachts and even crime scene documentation – no matter the space, our 3D Tours will increase web engagement, traffic, social presence, client acquisition and most importantly of all, take your online marketing to a new dimension.
Are you selling your home? Check out how a 3D Tour can help you.
Your 3D Tour will be viewable online, compatible with desktop, ipads, VR headsets and mobile devices.
Your Business, brought to life
As a recognised Service Provider, Media Picture is at the forefront of immersive marketing in the UK, producing 3D Tours to 99.9% 4K accuracy for a vast amount of industries and businesses.
A 3D Tour allows your potential and existing customers a chance to view before they buy, hire or stay. For the construction industry, produce final As Built designs, use as a presentation or resolve issues and importantly help with improving better Health and Safety. The 3D scan can be converted to a 2D Schematic used with AutoCad and Point Cloud. See for yourself, wherever you are in the world, properties of interest and walk-through as though your there – all from your desktop, laptop or hand held device. For a fully immersive experience, our virtual tours can also be viewed with the latest Virtual Reality headsets – including Google Cardboard, and Gear VR.
We are able to photograph either individual rooms to produce stand alone 360° stills. Or for a more seamless and continuous experience, capture multiple rooms together. A true immersive opportunity. 360° panoramic photography will capture your surrounding locations inside and out, instead of one fixed angle. consequently allowing you a complete perspective of the surroundings.
Wow prospective customers with a tailored 3D Tour - an immersive online 3D experience that gives a true sense of your business. We put the industry-leading technology to work for you.
Your property in immersive 3D, ready on Day 1
- We scan your location.
- Within hours, your virtual Space is ready to experience.
- Anyone can explore with ease, right from their browser.
Print Ready Photographs
Quickly and easily generate onsite 4K print ready photographs, in addition to your 3D Showcase Tour
- Export images up to 8092px x 4552px
- HDR photography for automatic even exposure
- Output Pano Pixels: 134.2 MP, equirectangular
- Lens: 4K Full Glass
- White Balancing: Automatic full-model
- 360° (left-right) x 300° (vertical) field of view
Schematic Floor Plans
Whilst onsite to complete a 3D Tour, we can also collect enough data to generate a schematic floor plan of the property/space.
- Each individual floor delivered in PNG format as a separate file
- All floors together delivered in one PDF
- Up to 10,000 square feet (pricing varies for larger Spaces)
- Delivery within 2 business days
- Schematic Floor Plans are accurate to 1 to 2% of reality.
Faster and more complete than 3D laser scanning
The Matterport Pro2 3D Camera captures 2D photography and 3D data from job sites, and automatically stitches them into a complete, immersive 3D model of a real-world location that you can share, annotate, and export point clouds to Autodesk ReCap® or Revit®. With a few quick scans, Matterport gives you everything you need for milestone documentation. With 2D photography and 3D data, Matterport Spaces are the best way to keep track of key project milestones and immediately assess a projects status.
Quicker than 3D laser scanning and more complete than handheld 3D scanners.
1 MINUTE PER SCAN
Each 360º sweep takes less than a minute. Scans are automatically registered and stitched into a textured mesh in hours.
ACCURATE WITHIN 1%*
Scanning is not only quick but also accurate enough to generate point clouds and polygons for as-builts and construction documentation. *Under normal operating conditions. De-calibration, abnormal temperatures and other factors may result in reduced accuracy.