The Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History Virtual Tour has become an iconic learning experience for millions of people around the world. With its first release in 2007, the tour has grown to feature interactive and educational modules, such as the "Deep Time", which was added in 2021 and includes thousands of pieces of instructional content in the form of images, videos, and interactive elements.
The TSA's Mission Hall is an inspiring collection of exhibits located in the center of their new headquarters. From interactive displays to historical artifacts, Mission Hall serves as a reminder of the organization's purpose and history. Furthermore, the tour meets Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 guidelines to ensure everyone can enjoy the experience.
Explore the Vietnam War and its legacy with the virtual tour commissioned by the Office of The Secretary of Defense. This immersive experience allows visitors to dive into a 320-foot-long exhibit within the Pentagon, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War. Through the tour, visitors have access to a wealth of historical documents and artifacts, enabling them to better understand this crucial period in American history.
Discover the history of women's military service to America with a virtual tour of the Women's Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery. With high-resolution images of all the exhibits and placards, the tour offers visitors an extensive glimpse into this beautiful building and its rich history.
Explore the features of an Equinix Datacenter with a virtual tour showcasing its facility layout, security measures, power supplies, and redundant backups. This immersive experience provides potential customers with a comprehensive look at the datacenter and its capabilities, allowing them to make an informed decision when selecting a datacenter for their business.
A Personal Touch
Metro Aviation, a family-owned air medical transport and helicopter repair facility in the US, wanted a more personal touch for their virtual tour. Audio descriptions recorded by the CEO in a studio guides viewers through the tour, featuring photos of the employees hard at work.