We recently completed an interactive virtual tour for this iconic venue on East Market Street in Philadelphia . With 18 high resolution 360 images and a variety of interactive elements this tour provides users with an immersive experience that closely mirrors being physically present in the space. This solution can be invoked from any modern browser and is fully compatible with mobile devices, laptops/desktops, Google Cardboard, and Oculus VR headsets.
One of our largest projects to date – creating the Blue Lines of Google Street View for approximately 5 miles of roadways, parking lots, and walking paths inside the DuPont Experimental Station.. We also captured standalone 360 panoramas for the exterior of each building and built out a privately hosted virtual tour that will be enhanced with useful visitor and tenant information over the coming months.
Here are before and after screenshots of the Experimental Station on Google Street View:
Take an interactive tour below by clicking and dragging with your mouse or using these keys W – forward , S – back, A – left , D – right.
New to Street View ? Watch our short video of Street View Tips.
The US National Fish & Wildlife Service is responsible for running the J.N “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge on Sanibel Island. “Ding” as it is known to the locals is a fantastic destination which had been left uncharted by Google Street View. With our Trekker backpack and transportation provided by the USFWS we were able to successfully map this national treasure for everyone to enjoy.. We also took our 360 cameras inside the visitor center to round out the virtual tour experience.
Project Scope: The refuge consists of several trails and locations. Our goal was to create 360 images and Google Street View imagery for the following attractions:
- Wildlife Drive
- Visitor Center and award winning bathrooms
- The Indigo Trail
- The Wildlife Education Boardwalk
- The Bailey Tract
Here is an interactive photo tour – click any thumbnail to view the panoramic images: