Which Businesses Are Doing 360 Degree Tours?

An excellent way of drumming up business these days and operating a really transparent way of running a company is making use of 360 degree tours. These serve to showcase a completely three-dimensional representation of any given space, with people able to walk through and experience it as if they were actually there.

All sorts of different businesses are now making use of this kind of cutting-edge technology and it could prove particularly useful to have a look and see just what kind of enterprises are doing it. It’s sure to be the inspiration you need to come up with your own video, so take a look at some of the below and let us know what you think.

Offshore platform Cygnus

You can now take a look at the largest single producing gas field in the southern North Sea for yourself thanks to virtual tour capabilities. You can even go behind the scenes and meet some of the team that keep the platform safe and operational.

The Houses of Parliament

Want to see how the country is being run as if you were actually there? Well, now you can explore the Houses of Parliament, the Commons, the Lords and everything else thanks to this innovative technology. The idea was apparently to open the space up to those who are unable to visit, as well as encouraging the public to make the trip in real life.

Cern’s large hadron collider

Another interesting sight to see on a virtual tour… the large hadron collider! It really is impressive and not likely to be something you’ll ever see in person.




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