Ultimately, a 3D Tour is an online experience that lets potential home buyers navigate through a property and see it from any angle. Additionally, it is an immersive experience, giving you to opportunity to move naturally through the interior.
Regardless of the innovation of the Immersive 3D Tours, just like anything else, with strengths come weaknesses. This post is not suppose to explain why these things are problems. Instead, we’re just trying to make sure you’re aware that they could be “potential problems.”
- Mirrors: Sometimes room with mirrors can be problematic and prevent scanning of the entire room. In such a situation, the 3D Tour Photographer will scan the room as much as possible, but often can only scan from the doorway. As a result, this may result in black (unscanned spots) via the dollhouse and floor-plan views.
- Direct Sunlight: If a room has bright sunlight coming into it through windows, this may cause a problem. Comparable to mirrors, if an area can’t be scanned, it may result in black spots via the dollhouse and floor-plan views. Furthermore, if it can be scanned, the 3D Tour will still work, but the harsh sunlight may still be interpreted as black spots.
- Remove the Dollhouse and Floor-Plan view? If you don’t like the dollhouse and floor-plan view, it can always be removed.
When it comes to harsh sunlight, our Immersive 3D Tour Photographers suggest closing the blinds.
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