• Oakwood Residence - Azabu Juban
  • Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Chinzan-so - Yu Spa
  • Peninsula Hotel Tokyo - Ceremony Room
  • Shangri-la Hotel Tokyo - Ballroom


If you can imagine it, we can make the panorama. Below are some examples of what we do. If you have an idea that is not listed here please contact us so we can help you make it happen.


Spherical Panoramas

Spherical panoramas are, as the name implies, user-controllable spherical images. The user can control the field of view for the entire sphere. The tripod is edited out of the scene and the resulting image is completely unobstructed. These panoramas show everything. The floor, the ceiling, and everything in between. Nothing is hidden and the user is free to control the viewpoint in all directions.

Cylindrical Panoramas

Cylindrical panoramas have a full 360 degree user controllable field of view around one axis. You can rotate left and right around the view point but you have a limited up and down field of view. This projection also makes an excellent print for brochures or posters.

Selected view Panoramas

A good example of a selected view panorama is one taken from the corner of a room. With the subject of the image being the room, not the corner, we could select which part of the panorama to show. Selected view is available in both horizontal and vertical directions.

Virtual Tours

Virtual tours are the culmination of careful planning, design, and production. They incorporate multiple panoramas, hot spots, and maps to create an immersive tour of your location. The user experience is fully customizable by picking and choosing the best type of panorama for each area of your tour. For example, you might choose an exposure fusion spherical panorama for your main impact point and limited-view panoramas for everything else. The sky is the limit and we can help you choose the best solution for your situation. Below are a two navigation choices for your virtual tour.

Map based Navigation

Maps or floor plans used with clickable markers are a great way to move around a virtual tour. When a person clicks on a marker the corresponding panorama will load. Maps and floor plans can be laid on top of the panorama and displayed and hidden at the click of a button.

Hot Spot Navigation

Hot spots are clickable areas within a panorama. For example, if a user mouses over a door a small arrow would appear indicating navigation. They are another way to link multiple panoramas together in a tour.


Exposure Fusion

The premise is simple. You have a breath-taking view from a 19th story condo. How do you capture the exquisite interior of the condo without blowing out the awe-inspiring outside vista? The answer is exposure fusion. It allows you to capture a much wider dynamic range for a given scene. We recommend exposure fusion for your highest wow-value location in the tour.

50 plus mega pixel Panoramas

These are extremely high-fidelity images and are not recommended for general online use as the final file size is very large. These images are amazingly sharp and require extra consideration to produce. But if your application requires an enormously high level of clarity, then this is your solution. An example application for this type of panorama is an interactive kiosk attached to a projector at a convention or trade show.

Color calibration

If your situation calls for the utmost in color fidelity we can color-calibrate our output images for your panorama.


Our virtual tours and interactive panoramas use Adobe Flash. We can assist you and your creative team in integrating our tours into your existing website or we can create an entirely new mini-site for your project.