This property 360 tour gives you a sneak peek at this incredible house in Whitechapel, East London, where the current owner has created a Georgian living space fit for the 21st century. The property was built at the end of the 18th century and had seen life as a tailor’s shop as well as a […]
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Art Gallery Virtual Tour This art gallery virtual tour at the Royal Academy allows users to explore the Royal Academy’s Sensing Spaces exhibition. High quality 360 photography is a valuable marketing tool for galleries, giving prospective visitors a taste of an exhibition. Additionally, each gallery 360 documents the space, providing an historical document of the […]
Museum virtual tour of the RAF Museum at Neatishead (near Horning) in Norfolk. The museum catalogues the history and development of Air Defence Radar since its invention in 1935.
The Bank of England has allowed the world access to its hidden treasures, virtually. Eye Revolution were asked to shoot a 360 virtual tour of the Bank, working with Clay Interactive. For the first time we are able to see the vast reserves of gold and banknotes stored in the depths of the bank’s vaults. […]
The Wallace Collection is a museum and gallery in Manchester Square, Marylebone, London. It houses one of Europe’s finest collections of works of art, paintings, furniture, arms & armour and porcelain. These virtual tours showcase some of the areas used for private events at the museum.
Miles M.12 Mohawk virtual tour – the Miles M.12 Mohawk is a two seater aeroplane commissioned by aviator Charles Lindbergh in 1936. This airplane virtual tour was commissioned by the RAF Museum and allows viewers to explore the cockpit of the Mohawk.
The Percival Mew Gull was a 1930’s British-made racing aircraft which set many records (one of which stands to this day). The RAF Museum were keen to show visitors the inside of the aeroplane, but as the aircraft was to be suspended from the ceiling this was simply not possible ‘in person’. Thus they commissioned […]
The London Canal Museum at Kings Cross offers a definitive history of London’s waterways and vessels. A narrowboat is on display for visitors to explore inside, and discover what life was like on a Victorian narrowboat. The drawback with this exhibit is its lack of accessibility for disabled visitors. The London Canal Museum commissioned two […]
We’ve recently completed a cockpit virtual tour for the RAF Museum in Hendon. The Miles M.12 Mohawk is part of the Milestones of Flight Exhibition which guides visitors through some of the key milestones in the history of aviation – focussing on the first 100 years of flight. To give a little bit of background, […]
The Percival Mew Gull is a 1930’s British racing aircraft capable of speeds up to 265mph. The aircraft holds the world record between London – Cape Town – London, a record which stands to this day in its class. The Mew Gull at The RAF Museum is displayed suspended from the roof of the museum […]