Virtual Tour FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
What are Virtual Tours?
Virtual Tours are simulation of an actual existing location, where you can pan around 360 degrees (horizontally and vertically). Its the next best thing to being there personally, as you can virtually walk through room, facilities and real estate location using only your computer and/or browser. We can also add Virtual reality objects where you can rotate any object virtually. This is good for product presentations online
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How do we view virtual tours?
Virtual Tours can be added on an existing website, or can be viewable from a CD or DVD where internet connection may not be available. This is how potential clients can view and appreciate the virtual tours. We can also produce panoramic photos if printed material would be needed. Virtual tours for websites can be in many formats such as Quicktime, java and flash. Flash is the mostly available plugin (which is usually already in your browser)and thus much more popular.
I have an existing website, will you take care of uploading it to the website?
Yes, we help clients upload the Virtual tours in their websites and/or link it to their main navigation. We are experienced web developers too beside being VR photographers.
Are these computer genegated images (CGI)?
No, we use photographs to generate our virtual tours. CGI can also be used but photographs are much more immersive as they represent reality way better than CGI.
Do you use special equipments?
Yes. We use fish eye lens and panoramic heads(for tripods) and use several other specialized softwares to come up with the virtual tours.
How much does it cost?
Virtual Tour projects may be different from other projects, because of existing photographic conditions. For example it will be a lot different shooting a VR from a top of the mountain from a VR in a hotel interior. Contact us at shutterfox[at]reymendoza.com for pricing details.
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Will your price include everything? What about travel costs?
Yes, it includes everything except travel costs. Travel costs vary from project to project and they are usually shouldered by the client. Travel cost are free when projects are within Metro Manila, Philippines. Virtual tours within nearby provinces (in the Philippines) are charged reasonably.
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