Well, first off... I thought your tour was very well presented. I am viewing your arrangement on a 24" monitor.. so the map stays far away from the loading bar.
Map is very useful.
I clicked on all the location dots... and was suprised that quite a few were single images but yet while mousing over the cursor was a directional arrow, but the single image was not really functional.
The entire tour loaded quickly (I have aDSL 6 mbps connection). Certainly less than the standard 18 seconds before a visitor clicks away to find a different page.
I found the floor plan drawings not practical as I could not read them anyway.
I like the architectural text... looks and feels like a real older days engineer-architect drawings. I have an architect font on my system but rarely use it because it somewhat hard to read compared to Arial fontstyle. Yes, I retired after 37 years in the construction contract administration/ engineering business (USACE Government stuff).
I think the purpose of Tourweaver and Panoweaver is to allow a person the creative ability to "show the clients product". Panoramas are only a means by which to best show the clients product. And I think you have done exactly that.
A person could visit your site... and next day sign the property sale papers knowing full well they had already walked through the home and were satisfied with the property.
Yes, I have personal knowledge at least 2 sites where a person in a foreign country purchased a residence sight unVisited base on seeing panorama imaging of the property.
Only issue I have is... your site gives me no clue as to its geographic location. It could very well be in New Zealand. And there were some misalignments in a few of your panoramas. Easily correctable given a suitable camera/lens no parallax calibration.
I apolgize .. for the late reply... been off coaching other photographers the art of panorama imaging. Did I forget to say, I could almost smell the hand crafted cabinet wood... while walking through the home.
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