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5 Key Factors Affecting the Price of Virtual Tours

29 November 2021

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Developers and realtors can benefit from virtual 3D tours as a marketing tool. They're ideal for when still pictures aren't enough to pique your prospects' interest any longer. However, it is not the most cost-effective method of real estate promotion visuals. So, how can you budget intelligently to obtain those sales-boosting interactive CG images? You may figure out what makes up the price of virtual tours by knowing what components make up their price tag.

3D tours are an excellent method to get the feeling of being there. As a professional architectural visualization firm, we can assist you with that. We'll look at 5 factors that influence the cost of 3D tours in this post. This will help you know what to anticipate when ordering one yourself. So, let's have a look, shall we?

#1. Quantity of Angles

The procedure for generating 3D virtual tours is similar to that of traditional 3D interior rendering. The only distinction between the two is that, in typical visualization, CG artists just need to create a portion of the space that will be visible in the frame. On the other hand, when it comes to a tour, they must construct complete rooms in 3D to offer a 360-degree view of each area. Basically, every angle is an entirely unique panoramic render with the camera placed in the middle. As a result, costs will rise accordingly as you add more locations.

#2. The complexity of the design

The more detailed the design, the more time 3D artists will need to recreate every aspect of it in three dimensions. That is another facet that has a significant impact on virtual tour pricing. A simple home, for example, will require far less time to finish, while an eclectic environment with many distinct components will take much longer.

#3. 3D Modeling from Scratch

Another factor that might significantly raise the price of interior design visualization is the requirement to create particular things from scratch. It isn't always needed, however, it's not uncommon. Most of the 3D objects you'll need for your project may usually be found in a studio's library of 3D assets or on external stock platforms.

However, if you want to include some uncommon or bespoke items of furniture or décor in your virtual tours, you may need an expert. Your CGI artist will have to build an entirely new photorealistic 3D model for that item in this situation. And the cost will go up as a result.

#4. Speed

Rushing a detailed-oriented task as the production of a 3D tour means that your team of 3D artists will have to work extra time. Even in a time crunch, you'll get high-quality results from skilled professionals. However, virtual tours at such prices will be more costly than usual. As a result, it's usually best to place an order ahead of time if possible.

#5. Amount of Corrections

Usually, at Yousee, any project has up to 3 revision rounds. Anything beyond that will be extra. Last-minute modifications requested after the final panoramic renderings have been delivered will also increase the cost of virtual tours. As a result, you should always have a clear idea of how your work will look before you begin it.

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