I offer 3D virtual tours through two powerful tour engines, Matterport and Kuula, each with unique advantages for different needs.
Matterport – The most well known and most trusted in the industry, its strength lies in its speed of workflow. Realtors with hot listing need to go live quickly. A Matterport tour can be ready to post a mere few hours after shooting. It is best suited for real estate listings that need to be complete on extremely short deadlines.
Kuula – A less well known, but more powerful tour engine, it offers nearly endless customization, most notably the ability to incorporate aerial 3D imagery into the tour. It is best suited for long term tours, such as businesses looking to showcase their premises, and for real estate listings of $1 million or more, or those with spectacular views and/or landscaping.
Architectural Tour Powered by Kuula – This is a higher end architectural tour powered by Kuula. This multi-day project is appropriate for architects, developers, and builders, or for realtors with listings over $5 million. Note: the customized “day/night” mode in the rear patio, as well as the interactive 3-D aerial views. A tour at this level requires several days of combined shooting and editing, as well as a higher budget than typical real estate tours.
Salon Draven — Beauty Salon Tour Powered by Kuula – This highly simplified type of tour is ideal for small business wishing to showcase their beautiful location and entice clients to visit.
Real Estate Listing, Tour Powered by Kuula – This tour was ready to go live within 24 hours after being shot. It incorporates two aerial 3D sections, which is not possible with Matterport.
Real Estate Listing, Tour Powered by Matterport — This relatively simple tour by Matterport is appropriate for realtors who need the listing to go live on short notice. This tour was ready for MLS within a few hours of shooting it.
Real Estate Listing, Tour Powered by Kuula – This Kuula tour was ready to go live about 48 hours after being shot. A bit longer than Matterport, but it incorporates three aerial 3D sections, which is not possible in Matterport.