MATTERPORT NORTH DEVON VIRTUAL TOUR
As part of our partnership with Strutt and Parker Exeter to help promote their properties, we created this Matterport North Devon virtual tour in order for potential homeowners to view the property using this exciting new technology.
The hardest part of marketing homes can be giving potential homeowners an insight into an accurate image of the house. Too often photographic work presents an unrealistic image of a room, or it doesn’t have the capacity to show off intricate details or indeed take into account the unique layout or nature of a house. Our 360 tours or ‘walkthroughs’ allow people to explore each property of their dreams at their own leisure, from the comfort of their own home.
The Matterport 360 Virtual Tour technology allows us to gain a stunning insight into each home and easily share this with potential homeowners in a variety of ways. We can embed codes to the estate agent’s website as well as other property websites such as Rightmove.
The addition of ‘mattertags’ allow us to ‘tag’ up rooms. A tag is essentially a physical link which people can interact with as they walk through a room. These link back to webpages, for example showcasing the estate agent’s contact information at the click of a button, showcasing area guides to the local area, as well as being able to directly link to the property’s brochure.
Our 360 virtual tours offer more than just stunning walkthroughs. Using the scanning technology on the camera we can create accurate floor plans for a variety of needs, as well as a 3D dollhouse view which allows viewers to see the entire property or room as a 3D model to grasp an overview of the shape and rooms.
By placing our camera at intervals throughout the location we can create internal walkthroughs that allows viewers to walk through a location. This allows the viewer to view every angle and room at their own pace on their computer, tablet or even phone from the luxury of their home. Our walkthroughs are easily embeddable on websites, and provide a great amount of user interaction, with the average viewing time between 3-4 minutes, much longer than with photo or other content.