New World Business Centre Virtual Tour
Take a virtual tour of our premises and experience New World Business Centre courtesy of Google, how exciting. The tour starts in London and finishes in Sydney, visiting other fascinating cities along the way. For instance, Hong Kong, New York, Paris and Dubai to name but a few. By taking one final trip to our website you will find out more about us and get to see our video page. Here you will find videos showing our high spec facilities in full and also clips taken from networking events. In addition, check out our outstanding testimonials, written by existing clients and business partners.
A ‘virtual tour’ is a simulation of an existing location, usually composed of a sequence of videos or still images. A virtual tour will also use other multimedia elements such as sound effects, music, narration and text. It is distinguished from the use of live television to affect tele-tourism. The main use of the phrase is to describe a variety of videos and photographic-based media. Panorama is an indication of unbroken view, since a panorama can be either a series of photographs or panning video footage. However, created using still cameras, the phrases “panoramic tour” and “virtual tour” have mostly been associated with virtual tours. Such tours are made up of a number of shots taken from a single vantage point. The camera and lens rotate around what is referred to as a no parallax point (the exact point at the back of the lens where the light converges).
The origin dates back to 1994. The first example was a museum visitor interpretive tour, consisting of ‘walk-through’ of a 3D reconstruction of Dudley Castle in England as it was in 1550. This consisted of a computer controlled laserdisc based system designed by British-based engineer Colin Johnson.
Queen Elizabeth II was one of the first users of a virtual tour, when she officially opened the visitor centre in June 1994. Therefore the term is a cross between Virtual Reality and Royal Tour.
Why take a Virtual Tour?
- Interact in 3D
- See much more than in a still image
- Imagine yourself in the space, supping a cup of tea!
- Visual ‘try before you buy research