Here are some 360˚ Projects that we have created and that are currently being used by our customers on their websites to present and promote places and initiatives.
- It is easy to see the 360° Photographs, simply click on the image miniature (thumb). If you want help follow DIRECTIONS
Our 360 degree photographs can be seen with the most common browsers, with a PC, tablet, smartphone. To see them click on the thumb and then when the 360 photograph appears move around or zoom slowly using your mouse, touchscreen or button visible on the bottom of the display. To exit from the 360 view use the “back” arrow of the browser.
If available on your device, activate the FULL-SCREEN mode with the rectangular button that appears on the bottom right corner of the display. You’ll have an even better view!
360˚ Images and Virtual Tours find the ideal placement within a communication strategy which is expected to have a strong impact on the Internet.
These projects are articulated presentations of places, settings and situations which allow Virtual Tours from various points of view. Some of the most significant 360˚ Images are shown on the specific pages.
We remind you that for a truly compete utilization and for a greater effectiveness all of the images and Virtual tours in 360˚ are available on PC/Notebooks as well as on the latest generation of Tablets and Smartphones.
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Cremona: City Museums
The Cremona City Museums 360˚ Project was conceived with the City Administration to valorize the city museums on the website using 360˚ Images. The project is organized in thirty Virtual tours which give a well-rounded summary of the city’s patrimony and are a strong invitation to organize real tours..
Project Cremona: City Museums
Pope John XXIII: memories
Pope John XXIII is the Pope who came from humble origins. This project was realized with the P.I.M.E, the institute that manages his Birth Home in Sotto il Monte in Bergamo. Thanks to the Internet and 360˚ Images devoted followers from all over the world can virtually tour the places that are tied to his memory.
Project Pope John XXIII: memories
Milan: Saint Ambrogio’s Church
The roman church of Saint Ambrogio is the second most important church in Milan, with a great flow of artistic and religious tourism. In order to best represent
this patrimony it was decided with the parish to create a 360˚ Virtual Tour to show the structure as a whole as well as specific areas of interest.
Project Milan: St Ambrogio Church
Bergamo Science 2014
Bergamo Science is a scientific event that registered a turnout of 150,000 participants in 2014. The various 360˚ Images created during the course of the disclosure allow a Virtual Tour of the main locations of the festival and a summary of the more significant activities.
Project Bergamo Science