VR/360 platform for group tours

We provide museums and tour guides with tools and services for online group tours.

We host repository of tours, lectures and teaching materials.


Image quality and level of detail

High-resolution VR/360 scenes provide several advantages for museum tours compared to traditional video formats. The superior image quality and level of detail in high-resolution VR/360 scenes enhance the viewer's immersion, allowing them to explore exhibits with exceptional visual fidelity.

Content Loading Speed

The VR/360 scene loading speed is many times faster than the video stream loading speed. The speed and quality of content transfer does not depend on the Internet connection between the guide and the visitor. The number of visitors does not affect the speed of downloading content to users.

Optimized loading of content to users

The user is loaded only that part of the scene, which he directly views on his screen at any given time.

Automated workplace for an online guide

A specialized online guide workplace contains the necessary tools to automate the tour. The guide can record the movement of the virtual scene, and play the recorded movement sequences during the tour. * Audio recordings may also be used in the tour.

Integration into the existing site of the museum

The function of conducting group tours can be integrated into the existing site of the museum.

Freedom of movement for visitors

The use of virtual scenes gives the visitor the freedom to view the exhibition, comparable to a physical visit to the museum with the presence of the tour guide. A visitor to an online tour can independently view the virtual scene, if desired, while maintaining the audio accompaniment of the guide, and also, if desired, resume following the guide.

New opportunities for independent tour guides

Museum content with permission can be used by independent guides, teachers, lecturers for their programs, lectures, classes.

Automated tours

A mode of automated tours is provided, in which the guide forms the program of the tour in advance and pre-records audio accompaniment for virtual scenes. And visitors can play the prepared program in automatic mode, while being able to switch to independent viewing mode and return to automatic mode again.


Personalized Exploration

In a VR/360 tour, participants can choose their own paths and spend as much time as they want exploring specific exhibits. This personalized experience allows individuals to focus on their particular interests and preferences, enhancing their overall satisfaction with the tour.

Interactive Features

Virtual tours can incorporate interactive elements such as audio guides, multimedia content, and 3D models. These features provide additional information, context, and interactivity, enriching the learning experience. Users can listen to narrations, watch videos, and interact with virtual objects, deepening their understanding of the museum's collections.

Preservation of Cultural Heritage

VR/360 platforms can contribute to the preservation of cultural heritage by creating digital archives of museums and their exhibits. These virtual representations can help document artifacts, artworks, and historical contexts, ensuring their accessibility and availability for future generations.

Immersive Experience

VR/360 technology allows users to immerse themselves in a virtual environment that simulates the museum setting. Users can explore the museum as if they were physically present, moving around and examining exhibits from different angles. This immersive experience enhances engagement and makes the tour more memorable.


While building and maintaining physical museums can be expensive, VR/360 tours offer a cost-effective alternative. Once the virtual tour is developed, it can be accessed by multiple users without the need for additional infrastructure or maintenance costs.


VR/360 platforms provide a more inclusive experience by allowing people from anywhere in the world to visit museums virtually. This accessibility is particularly beneficial for those who have physical limitations, cannot travel, or live in remote areas without easy access to museums.

Flexibility and Convenience

With VR/360 platforms, group tours can be conducted at any time and from any location. Participants can join the tour using their own VR devices or even a computer or smartphone. This flexibility eliminates the need for physical coordination, travel arrangements, and time constraints, making it easier to organize and participate in group tours.