Single Embedded Panorama Example

This page shows an example of embedding a single 360° panorama directly within a web page. This is useful for situations where thumbnail previews or a full virtual tour are not desired, e.g. a single panorama of a kitchen or bath remodel, showroom, etc. This example happens to be a hotel room.

Click on one of the tabs above to see the selected viewer in action.

The 3 viewing formats we use are all demonstrated here. This gives you a chance to compare the viewers and see their strengths and weaknesses firsthand. 360 Degree Views can provide any or all of these formats to you, and you can choose which one(s) to use, or offer all 3 to your users, and let them decide! Images can also be configured to auto-rotate if desired, as shown in these examples.

Embedded panoramas can be any size, and the surrounding web page can be anything--that is, it's a simple matter to embed a panorama on any web page, and we'll be glad to show you how to do it. For an added touch, buttons could be added to launch a full-screen view.

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