Beyond the Point is revolutionising the way it documents history sites by covering them from all angles. By using the latest technology, all future visits will be recorded in 360 degrees.
360-degree cameras are changing how we experience things. From the comfort of your own home, and wherever you are in the world, you can fly a fighter jet, be surrounded by elephants in Africa or even in a derelict 19th Century fort! This technology is also changing the way in which we document things. In addition to photos and videos of a site, a 360 degree photo allows people to choose what part of the site they want to look at.
All of our visits from now on will also be recorded on our new camera, the Theta S, and embedded onto our website. This includes places such as Grain Tower and Borley Rectory. Bullwood Hall Prison will be the first place for us to comprehensively cover in this ways with cells, the prison wings and much more captured in 360 degrees.
Once captured, the virtual tours will be embedded onto the property page along with our usual content.
Grain Tower – Spherical Image – RICOH THETA
Sudbury Pillbox – Spherical Image – RICOH THETA