Using 360° Panoramas and Virtual Tours
Within this gallery you’ll see some examples of our work.
To get the best experience, use the full screen icon on the toolbar.
Once you’re in a panorama, use your mouse to ‘click and drag’ to change the viewpoint, or on a touch-screen device just drag with your finger.
If you’re using a mobile device such as a smartphone or tablet, hold the device in ‘landscape’ orientation.
“The Barnhouse”, The Lakes by Yoo, Lechlade, Gloucestershire
With interior design by Kate Moss, our virtual tour shows off this stunning property to potential clients of The Lakes by Yoo.
Tollhouse Gifts and Gallery, Lechlade, Gloucestershire
This is a perfect example of how a 360° panorama can be used for a small retail outlet. This image was used on their Facebook site and enabled potential customers to get a real feel for the content and ambiance of this very small shop.
If you’re viewing this panorama on a mobile device you should be able to move the viewpoint just by tilting and rotating the device – it works just the same on Facebook.
The Five Alls, Filkins, Oxfordshire
Virtual tour of this lovely country pub showing the restaurant areas and some of the bedrooms.
The Plough, Kelmscott, Oxfordshire
Including outdoor viewpoints in a tour is no problem at all.