Museums, Tourism & Cultural Heritage

Are you in the museum or tourism business?

To travel and discover new places is a passion shared by us all and the world has never been as digital or alive as it is now. Information is at the end of our fingertips and we tend to search and plan our trips and journeys beforehand more than ever. That’s one of the reasons the tourism industry is one of our main partners. Your customers need to know you’re there and see all that you have to offer. And for all of those who aren’t able to visit physically, you can offer it digitally with a virtual tour!

Virtual tours in tourism

Hotels that use virtual tours instead of regular photos get 50% more clicks, 46% more bookings, and increase their revenue by 135%. With a world rapidly becoming more digitized and online booking increasing, the importance of standing out amongst competitors online is crucial. More and more reports show that rich media and especially virtual tours and 360 videos are amongst the popular choices and preferred over photos. Virtual tours are perceived to be a very desirable feature by 57% of leisure travelers and 46% of business travelers.

When it comes to Museums, The British Museum is a perfect example of creative exploration in the digital world with 11 ways to explore the museum from home, virtual tours being one of them. Knowledge, information, and perspective should never be hidden or hard to explore, instead reach more visitors by using online tours.

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Virtual tourism through an interactive virtual tour

Son Doong virtual tour

Hang Son Doong in Vietnam is the world’s largest cave. It’s opening was discovered in the early 1990s, but the cave wasn’t fully explored until in 2009. Scientists have just begun to unravel its many unique features and describe its specific ecology.

We are still proud that we could play a part in immortalizing it as an interactive digital story, that is still relevant today.

Since 2016 everyone can enjoy the web-based interactive virtual tour of Son Doong and learn more about the fascinating caves.

It has since its launch been a popular interactive piece to discover more about our interesting and intriguing world. 

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