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We’ve got something exciting to announce: you can now view 360 photos in Yulio! If you’re a Yulio user, check out our Knowledge Base article for more technical information and a guide on using the feature.
Why should you use 360 photos?
In the same way that a 2D image of an architectural rendering is nothing like experiencing that same rendering in Virtual Reality, viewing a 360 photograph is an entirely new experience: it’s captivating, fully immersive, and communicates better than anything how it really feels to be in a space. Your only competitor? Brick and mortar.
Our clients use Yulio’s 360 photo capabilities in a number of ways:
- Showcasing before and after photos in portfolios
- Showcasing before photos with ‘after’ renderings
- Presenting spaces off-site, without the need to for either party to travel
It’s early days, but 360 photography–and the entire Virtual Reality industry–is proving itself to be incredibly valuable for the A&D community (and their clients!).
Ready to give it a go? Sign up for a free 30-day trial of Yulio’s Virtual Reality software today.
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