Pictures and videos of our winning home can only convey so much. Take a virtual reality walkthrough of three stunning areas in this home using QuickTime™ VR from Apple™. With the QuickTime™ browser plug-in you can look around these areas up to 360 degrees in any direction as if you’re standing in the middle of the scene. Using QuickTime™ VR you can pan through and rotate the scene yourself and zoom in and out of any area.
If you can see the 360 degree images below, then you already have the QuickTime™ plug-in installed. If you don’t, your browser may prompt you to install the plug-in automatically or you can scroll to the bottom of this page for more information on obtaining the QuickTime™ plug-in from Apple™.)
The 360 degree panoramas below may rotate automatically, but you can control the direction and speed of rotation by simply dragging your cursor across the images in any direction. You can also zoom in and out of any area in the panorama for a closer look by using the + and – buttons on your keyboard.
Depending on your Internet connection speed, these VR walkthrough may take a few minutes to load.
The QuickTime™ plug-in from Apple™ includes the QuickTime™ VR component needed to view the VR walkthroughs on this page. The plug-in available for both PC and Mac, and supports most major browsers including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, and Chrome. Download the plugin here.
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