YORKSHIRE COMPANY INTRODUCES WORLD-LEADING IMMERSIVE MARKETING TO THE UK
A new 3D marketing solution was today launched by Yorkshire entrepreneur, Mark Shepherd, Apollo3D will help UK businesses enhance their customer journey online with innovative 3D immersive technology introduced from America.
Apollo3D creates virtual location experiences, enabling online visitors to explore and walk through any location from exhibition centres, holiday homes, houses for sale, car showrooms, museums, art galleries through to bars, night clubs and shopping centres, before physically visiting.
Combining state-of-the-art 3D photography and 360 high definition modelling, Apollo3D have developed a unique offer to the market. The effect is to create a seamless virtual tour including 3D floorplans and exclusive ‘Dolls House style’ walk throughs, which can be hosted on any website or accessed directly by the consumer.
Mark Shepherd, founder of Apollo3D, said: “Today’s consumers are more digitally savvy than ever before, and our 3D Showcases offer businesses/locations the ability to stand out and give potential customers a taste of what they can expect before booking, buying or visiting.
“We have had real success in bringing to life events and spaces with our show stopping technology which literally enables us to illustrate a 3D virtual model in the palm of your hand on any device.”
Apollo3D have delivered experiences for the hospitality and property markets including: The Liverpool Exhibition Centre with First Event UK. In addition, the company has been appointed by The Yorkshire Mafia, to provide a 3D Showcase of the North’s biggest B2B conference and exhibition, Buy Yorkshire. Apollo3D will also be live demonstrating its innovative offering at Buy Yorkshire at the First Direct Arena, on May 15th.
For more information contact email@example.com or to view stunning examples visit, www.apollo3d.co.uk.
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