PRICING

per square foot

10¢

Matterport

per square foot

KULLA 360

per square foot

ZILLOW 3D

per square foot with Zillow 3D

Zillow 3D With FLOORPLAN

Home Entrance

Step Into the Home

PRICING

per square foot

10¢

Matterport

per square foot

KULLA 360

per square foot

Zillow 3D

per square foot with Zillow 3D

Zillow 3D With FLOORPLAN

MATTERPORT 3D

Price: 10¢ / square foot

A Complete 3D Scan

Matterport 3D is the leading force in the world of virtual tours. In this tour, scans are taken with a Matterport camera that can map out the space with a 3-dimensional rendering. The advantages of Matterport 3D are plentiful, but the most evident ones are the ability to obtain the dollhouse view and floorplan which many people love, as well as the potential to use the scan in a virtual reality setting. This allows for truly virtual tours. 

KUULA 360

Price: 5¢ / square foot

See the Bigger Picture

KUULA 360 is the newest in our lineup of virtual tour offerings. Replacing our previous Matterport Lite service, KUULA 360 offers more for the same price. As the name suggests, it is a 360º scan as opposed to a 3D scan like Matterport. It competes with Matterport in quality, but for half the price. We are excited to introduce KUULA 360! Find out why by taking a look at our sample tour to the left.

ZILLOW 3D TOUR

Price: 2¢ / square foot

Capture the Highlights

Do not be fooled by the name, a Zillow 3D Tour is not technically a 3-dimensional scan. Confusing, we know, we didn't name it. It is shot with a 360º camera similar to the previous tour talked about above. The difference is that you are not getting a complete walkthrough of the home, but a set number of 360º photos that will highlight key spaces. The photos are still connected in a way that allows for a walkthrough.

ZILLOW 3D With FLOORPLAN

Price: 2¢ per square foot with Zillow 3D

Capture the Highlights

Same features as the Zillow 3D with the addition of an interactive floor plan. Must be ordered with the Zillow 3D.

 
 
 
 
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3D vs. 360

3D vs. 360

We commonly use the terms 3D and 360 interchangeably, but they are not the same. So how do they differ? The simple answer: a true 3D tour scans the room and every object in the room and constructs a 3D rendering, while a 360 tour simply takes a 2-dimensional photo of the entire room. To get more complex: a 3D virtual tour is shot with a very specific type of camera, the cameras that Matterport is famous for. These devices not only have 3 different cameras on them to capture an all-around image of the room, but also 6 infrared lasers. These lasers detect objects in the room and give depth to your image. If you have ever had a photographer tell you that they can't do a 3D scan of the exterior, this is often because the infrared light emitted by the sun interferes with the lasers on a 3D camera, affecting the accuracy of the scan. A 360 camera (which is used in all of our virtual tours other than Matterport) is simply a high-tech camera that sits on a tripod and slowly rotates in one spot, taking pictures around the room and piecing them together. To clearly see the difference in output, scroll up to our Matterport sample above and look at the dollhouse view of the house. You'll be able to see that every object has dimension. Now, scroll down to the Eyespy sample tour and view the 3D Model on that tour. If you look closely, you will be able to see that the objects in each room seem to be painted onto the walls. This is a result of it not being a 3D scan. Hopefully this clears it up!