Once we’d scanned everything – it’s back to the office to edit! The Roam 360 team uploaded every scanned image to a specialist software, which stitches the scans together. This process takes a few hours and then – voila! A 3D virtual scan!
Adding Additional Tags
Our tech specialist then went into the virtual venue tour to add tags. Tags are presented as coloured dots and can redirect the customer to any URL. For example, Inglewood Manor had tags directing viewers to their website, Facebook, Instagram, booking page and various other online resources. We also include tags for our product and service, in case someone watching wants a tour of their own!
Further tags are then added to navigate within the tour. For example, a coloured dot will offer the option ‘Navigate to reception room 1’, meaning you can zoom to the specific room of interest, without having to click through the entire virtual viewing experience.
After we completed editing the virtual tour, we created a Google Drive folder, complete with the 3D tour, photos of the team using the equipment, still images of each of the venue rooms and a 15 second video – and we then add the scan to Google Maps. This folder was sent to Inglewood Manor and they can use it as they please!
After 7 days, we sent a report to the venue, letting them know how many people had visited the virtual tour and how many times it had been viewed. We repeat this report process every 30 days, so Inglewood Manor has an accurate idea of how much engagement the 3D walkthrough is receiving.
And that’s our process! If you’d like to hear more about it, please do get in touch today or request a quick quote.