We have all wondered what it looks like inside a brothel or erotic massage parlour, especially those that have not been to one or have no intentions of visiting anytime soon. With the latest technology upon us, a company Virtual Tour Sydney, Australia is offering brothels, erotic massage parlours the chance to "bring their adult business to life" with 360 photo and video technology. They use this technology to gather footage using a 360 degree camera which is then either uploaded to their customers Google Business page or by providing the file to their customer to be embedded directly into their website. Apparently is is hugely popular and creating alot of interest from those in the adult industry looking for an advertising and marketing edge amongst the extremely competitive adult industry..
Here are some of their clients websites with 360 photos: if you want to see how great and immersive 360 photography looks.
Apparently prices start from as little as $300 and price increases depending on the type of 360 services you require and the number or rooms.
360 Goggle, Google cardboard or VR glasses can then be used to look at the footage in a virtual world view. The technology is so popular in fact, Virtual Tours Sydney has reported that they have had over 2 million views combined from the photos they have taken for their client, which in turn has achieved an increase in revenue and patronage from new and existing clientele.
Apparently Virtual Tour Sydney has branched out into creating virtual tours for their clients which allow a number of scenes to be packaged into a virtual tour with hotspots so viewers can click on these hotspots to be then taken into abother room and the journey can continue until you have viewed the whole tour of all the rooms. Here is an example of their 360 virtual tour which they performed at Midas Massage in Marrickville.
If anyone is interested in booking a 360 virtual tour or any other 360 photography and video services provided, visit Virtual Tours Sydney website or contact them directly by calling on 0426 202 825.