VIRTUAL REALITY 24/7 OPEN DAYS
Creating a meaningful connection with your prospective oversees students and enabling them to visualise their future with your institution can be challenging, expensive and time-consuming. Our virtual reality tours offer a way for you to reduce travel costs and overcome accessibility barriers by offering prospective students 24/7 access to view university accommodation, facilities and lecture rooms.
Take a 3D tour of the University of Bath's Chancellors Building - click the 'dolls house' symbol in the bottom left to change your view and also keep look out for the video, photo and text signage along the way...
We will create versions of your 3D tour using any language translation you provides us.
Embed your multimedia
We display text, videos, photography, maps, audio and web links within the virtual tours for a truly interactive experience.
Our infrared scanning technology provides a beautifully fluid experience and offers bird's-eye and doll's house views for quick navigation.
Share on social media by simply pasting the URL. Your tour can also be geolocated on Google Maps.
Price varies depending on the complexity of your buildings, location, amount of information to be embedded and access arrangements. Basic tours can start as little as £400 and more complex requirements typically do not exceed £5,000. Contact us for a no obligation quote.
Not only have the tours been really popular on our website, our marketing team has also been able to use them at overseas recruitment fairs on their iPads which has been a brilliant resource.The team at Virtual Viewer were incredibly professional; they understood our needs and managed the whole process (which was quick!) from start to finish.
JESSICA TAYLOR / DIRECTOR COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING, HARTPURY UNIVERSITY
Thousands of students and their parents visit us at Open Days, but we know many more cannot make it to Bath in person. These tours are a fantastic way for people from across the UK and around the globe to get an immersive view of what’s on offer, from study space and accommodation through to sports and arts spaces.
CORINNE EVANS / DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS, UNIVERSITY OF BATH