Integrating the Virtual Tour

Our virtual tours work best as a full-screen experience. We do not recommend embedding them as iframes into your website (except on rare occasions where the menu and branding are minimal). The examples below show how other organizations have implemented screenshots and links into their website.


Embedded Screenshots

Michigan embedded a screenshot of the tour onto their Facilities page. Clicking the image loads a new full-screen window with the virtual tour.

Virginia Tech embedded a screenshot of the tour onto their Facilities page. Clicking the image loads a new full-screen window with the virtual tour.


Link in Menu

Purdue includes a link for “360 Tour of Purdue” under the “Recruiting” section of their main menu.

Villanova has a sub-menu on each individual sport’s page. Users can click “Tour” to load a new window.


Link on Page

Kentucky Men’s Basketball includes a simple link on their facilities page: “Click here for Virtual Tour”


Embedded iFrame (select tours only)

The Houston Astros embedded this minimal tour into their website. This only works well with small tours that have no side menu and limited graphics.