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Virtual tour office and co-working space.

In the world of business, mistakes equals negative rupee signs. Saving time and money is critical to the success of any business. Whether you’re selling office space or leasing out office space, it is critical to showcase the space, and it’s amenities in the best way possible because first impressions really are everything.

The 3D virtual tour and scanning technology can showcase your office space or commercial premises in a completely new light. Potential renters can explore the virtual space 24/7 and even decide on exact desks/rooms/areas they want to rent or buy. Embedded text and links can connect to your reservation forms and online booking.

Coworking spaces are essentially shared workspaces.They offer affordable office space for those looking to escape the isolation of a home office or coffee shop. These shared workspaces offer a suite of office-like amenities such as hot-desks, private meeting rooms, kitchens, coffee and more.

While the world currently is locked down due to COVID-19, many businesses which rely on physical spaces have turned to virtual tours to provide a sense of the space for users who are currently unable to visit.

What does a virtual tour look like?

A 360 degree, virtual tour is a sequence of panoramic images that are 'stitched' together to create a 'virtual' experience of any location. ... Some virtual tours also include sound effects such as music or a narration describing products or points of interest.

Virtual tours are designed to allow your customers and clients to step inside your business from any device. ... Not only virtual tours will visually engage your potential clients or customers, but it will give them the ability to get a much better idea of what you do, and what you are able to offer as a business. It gives you,

  • The overall flow of the space, from room to room

  • How big each room felt

  • The condition of windows, flooring, and fine details such as crown mouldings

  • The type and condition of appliances

  • The number of power outlets in a room

  • Quality of light and views from windows

  • How many people could comfortably fit in a space

  • What type of furniture could fit and how it could be arranged

Virtual reality may never replace traditional travel, but it still offers intriguing possibilities. Virtual travel does bring parts of the world to people who are physically unable to visit certain landmarks. Most of all, it could help bring people to places that are otherwise inaccessible.

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