Healthcare, Hospitals & Assisted Living


​There is no better way to increase patient comfort than to provide visitors with the ability to see your office or facility well before they arrive. With a 3D Virtual Tour you can provide future patients with the opportunity to see and understand your space in an immersive and interactive way, allowing them to become familiar with your amenities, services, and accommodations.  Information tags can also be applied to areas within the tour further describing your services, specialties, and medical staff. Using first-person point of view, the 3D Virtual Tour brings people into your office ahead of time increasing their comfort level with you and your services.


In the critical component of patient satisfaction and family comfort, immersive, first-person, ​3D Virtual Tours ​provide an excellent opportunity for future patients to familiarize themselves with the facility, its amenities, and the technological aspects of your hospital. From maternity tours to long term stay on-boarding, 3D Virtual tours offer a unique way to connect with patients and put them at ease before arriving at your facility. Does your hospital have a critical care unit known for its high level of patient care? Does it offer unique medical services or specialty medical testing?  3D Virtual Tours are an excellent way to highlight these important features.  Not only can these areas be explored by the user in an interactive way, but they can be marked with special information tags containing video, website links, audio, or text descriptions offering patients a more comprehensive understanding of these services.  Some additional ways 3D Virtual Tours have been used by hospitals are with staff on-boarding & training, hospital public relations, renovations, and facility navigation.

​​​Assisted Living

​By providing an immersive, 3D virtual experience that is entirely interactive, families can get a feel for floor plan proportions while getting an accurate sense of what they will see when they arrive in person.  Social workers, caregivers and helpers can move through the space and highlight features with their loved ones, enabling those ​moving to an assisted living community to make a more comfortable decision about where they will be living next. 3D technology allows for remote decision making, so families can be included when they can’t be there in person.