With 360° interactive full-screen panoramas we give your website an interesting and entertaining dimension that gives the visitor a realistic sense of space, the feeling of actually being there, in your premises, exhibition etc.

In the virtual tours that we produce visitors can click on "hot spots" and wander from one panorama to the other or click on pre-programmed objects in the panorama that open windows with video/audio/ animation /images/text and interactive rotating objects. Suddenly it's all "within grasp". One is not only in the panorama, you can also touch and explore within it.

We are not only known for the perfect "in-scene-settings" in high quality, but also as idea generators for new presentations. Our implementations in 360°  virtual tours are widely versatile but, to the point.

We do not expect that our clients come to us with “ready-made” ideas. Together we do a “stock-taking” to analyze the current situation and needs, then we propose an approach on how we can translate this into a 360°  presentation for selected target groups.


Interiors: Baroque palaces, regency castles, castles

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Exteriors: Baroque palaces, castles & gardens

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Museums, art galleries & exhibitions

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Tourism, Hotels, Restaurants, Beer-gardens etc.

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Dinner in a artistic setting.

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Vogelbrau in Baden, Germany is a collection of interesting pubs incorporating bars, restaurants and the typical german beer gardens. Behind the scenes is Rudi Vogel the brewer who through his background and experience developed a cult beer - the Vogelbräu, luxourious in ingredients and unfiltered with a natural aroma. NOTE: The Vogelbräu website is only in german. There is a help text in english.

Bryan Adams Fotografiska

Fifteen years of photography has resulted in Exposed. An exhibition showing Bryan Adams broad and exciting production. The title is well chosen: Exposed - to expose, that's exactly what Bryan Adams photographs do. From the glamorous celebrity world to Wounded In Exposed: The Legacy of War, with war-wounded young British soldiers who fought in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Every year a film team comes to Sweden to make 5 Inga Lindström films. The film team, about 50 employees (Bayern Fernseh-
produktion GmbH) consists of a camera and audio team, German actors, stylists, etc. Each film is about 90 minutes long and is filmed in Stockholm and Sörmland and is broadcasted from ZDF in German-speaking countries.
The Inga Lindström movies are followed by approximately 13 million viewers. Many of these viewers come to Sweden, just to see the places where the scenes were filmed. NOTE: The website is only in German.

Panoramas museums etc