Give us a call and we’ll bring by a complimentary VR headset and talk about how your customers can experience your business in virtual reality.
Take a peek inside a soon-to-be dismantled museum dedicated to the ephemera of classic horror movies. Thanks to the Packline 360 virtual tour, while the actual museum is disappearing, the virtual one will live on. Read about its creator in C-Ville Weekly.
One of the cool things about creating a virtual tour of a wedding venue is the possibility that it provides for the bride to visualize the exact spot that she will stand when getting married. Last Friday, we had the opportunity to visit an amazingly picturesque spot near Fredericksburg, Va – The Gari Melchers Home and Studio. The tour we created shows the space set up for a wedding that was to take place the next day.
Virtual Reality is more than just the latest over-hyped buzz coming east from Silicon Valley. It’s here now and it’s surprisingly affordable and accessible. All the virtual tours that we create at Pack Line 360 are now “VR” ready. This means that with a smart phone and a cardboard VR headset, your tours become an amazing immersive and captivating experience. If you’re interested in creating a virtual reality experience for your business ask us for a demo – we’ll even
When we initially shot King Family Vineyards last winter some of the property was being renovated. And it was winter. The owners brought us back last week on a beautiful Virginia spring morning. What an amazing spot!
This virtual tour confirms my desire to one day take a pilgrimage to where one of my favorite beers is created.
I stumbled on this attractive church exploring Columbus, Ohio on Google Maps. What a great way to show off your church to potential worshipers.
Is Mark Cuban the most innovative owner in U.S. professional sports? In terms of marketing his team he’s second to none. Check out this Google-certified virtual tour of the Dallas Mavericks’ arena:
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I recently discovered that one of Washington D.C.’s premier rock clubs can be virtually toured through Google Maps. I have very fond memories of the 9:30 Club of my youth (930 F Street NW). It was a tiny, smoky, distinctively scented hole-in-the-wall. While the shiny new 9:30 Club consistently get voted as one of the premier rock venues in the country, it lacks the charm of the original.