PanoRender creates an interactive virtual tour where your visitors can walk through differently themed rooms and interact with each artwork, being able to better visualize it, find out the meaning behind it, and even make a purchase with just one click. Why not also improve your exhibitions and go for virtual galleries?
An online Interactive Virtual Tour, available 24/7 directly on your website, without installing any other software
An entire limitless museum or art exhibitions available from the safety of visitors' homes
Real-time analytics about your visitors interest and time spent studying your exhibits
Increased sales of presented exhibits up to 100% and an easy way to organize digital auctions
Whether you showcase pictures, sculptures, crafts, or archeological relics and items, the visitor will be able to actually interact with them as they were in your physical location. They could walk around the artworks, zoom closer for a better view of details, and read the description, without ever risking to fall or unintentionally damage the exhibits.
Entire physical exhibition professionally photographed at high-resolution. A digital layer is added on top of these photographic panoramas, allowing you to interact with artworks, study them or even buy them.
Entire 3D art gallery or museum rendered from scratch, based on your specifications. Our purpose is to develop photorealistic renderings in order to make you feel like you are in a real artistic space.
Unique mix of photographic and 3D rendering parts in order to create a better experience, closer to the reality. This may includes Chroma techniques for bringing the artists in the virtual world.
With our solution, you can have a live overview of how many visitors are online, what artists they prefer, and how much time they spend in the exhibition. This way you can adapt your sales strategy in a very efficient way, tailored to every individual lead.
For a more engaging experience, we can also integrate real people speaking, directly in the virtual exhibition. First, in a professional photo studio, they will be filmed on a Green Screen, and later added to the tour/booths as if they “were physically present at the exhibition”.
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