How Will Your Career Benefit From 360-Degree Panorama?


As we enter  more immersive territories of technology, infinite possibilities are opening up to even more industries (beyond gaming and entertainment, that is). If you think your chosen career doesn't have room for these exciting new changes, think again. The 360-degree panoramic phenomenon is here to show you all its glorious angles.

Architecture and Real Estate

Designing a space using 360 will make clients feel as if they're actually in it. Convincing a client of how soundly-designed a space is will be a lot easier if they can "see" and "feel" it for themselves. If you're a real estate agent, showing a desirable piece of property to a potential client can be greatly aided by a seamlessly-stitched panorama of the place.

Travel and lifestyle blogging

No more sending bland postcards back home! Whether you're a backpacker always on the lookout for the road less traveled, or a well-heeled lifestyle guru looking for luxurious haunts, capturing your adventures will be a lot easier (and interesting!) in 360.


Ever wanted to step foot in the HR Giger bar in Gruyères but don't have the resources to do so? Thanks to 360, you can now explore every nook and cranny of this breathtaking tourist spot. From trendy new themed restaurants to centuries-old historical locations, tourism will tell stories beyond those we usually read about second-hand. Some may argue that it's not quite the real thing, but short of actual tactile experience, 360 is truly immersive and can give hemming and hawing tourists that little nudge to book their next holiday because 360 has already given them a taste of it.


Now your pictures can tell more stories - more than a thousand words, for sure. With 360-degree panorama, every picture can reveal the BTS (behind-the-scenes) so your stories go beyond the two-dimensional route. The narratives stitched seamlessly by 360 degrees make them a scrollable, zoomable, and immersive experience. The great news is that it isn't hard to do. Simply shoot, use a 360-degree panoramic software, stitch the photos together, and you're done!

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