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Take a look at our latest projects


Our 360° photography portfolio provides a small snapshot of some of the virtual tours we have created. All our projects are bespoke. Our high resolution photography is common to them all, but the ‘ingredients’ vary based on each client’s requirements.


Functionality and Implementation with UX/UI design at the forefront of each and every build

Below are a few of the features of functionality available to us when building our custom built virtual tours, along with examples of how the tours can be implemented into any clients existing web presence.

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'Cloaca, Canals and Closets' - small things and big changes

Visitors of the virtual tour of the Museum Kiscell can expand their knowledge of the cultural history of the canalization of Budapest. The extraordinary exhibition is complemented by special interactive solutions such as guided sound effects, hidden "fx" effects and embedded videos.

Tabula rasa. - Zsigmond Károlyi and the "monochrome painting department"

At the exhibition Tabula Rasa presented by the GODOT Institute of Contemporary Art presents the history of the "legendary" monochrome painting class of the Hungarian College of Fine Arts, through selected works of the class teachers and students. Thanks to the artwork reproductions we have made, each artwork can be viewed separately.

Design Without Borders Exhibition 2022

The nearly two decades old, grandiose international design exhibition was hosted in 2022 by the churchyard of the Museum Kiscell. Thanks to Design Without Borders, the work of more than 150 artists from 16 European countries was displayed.

Everyday Shortcomings

In the PAD Foundation's virtual exhibition documentation, titled Everyday Shortcomings - which conducts research, policy analysis and concepts, as well as advocacy, education and social sensitization with an approach to environmental justice - we have included a number of interactive elements.

Lee Dae Sung: On the Shore of a Vanishing Island

Lee Dae Sung, documentary photographer draws attention to the dangers of climate change, including sea level rise, at an online exhibition hosted by the Korean Cultural Center in Budapest as part of the Budapest Photo Festival. Due to the pandemic, the exhibition was closed for the public, therefore all the artwork placed digitally on the walls, hereby it was a cost-effective solution for the institute.

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