Aerial 360 at The Interlace Building in Singapore
Aerial 360 Photo created at The Interlace building in Singapore. A considerable amount of time and effort goes into creating an aerial 360 photo. The image is created by taking a series of images from a fixed point in the sky using a drone and then we digitally stitch these images together to create a spherical aerial 360 degree photo. Since the drone cannot shoot upwards we also need to replace the sky from our sky replacement library. Our retoucher can also digitally fix any greenery that isn’t perfect, touch up surfaces or to remove any construction that needs to be taken care of in the final image. The result is a magical 360 degree image in the sky which makes a fantastic overview and starting point for a virtual tour.
We are licensed with the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS). We manage all the permit applications for aerial 360 drone photography. A strict flight plan must be submitted to the CAAS which includes the take-off and landing locations as well as the flight path where we plan to capture the aerial 360. We need to calculate the estimated height and how we plan to fly the drone to the location where we plan to capture the image. It’s important that every aerial photo in Singapore has a permit and we will take care of that for you.
Aerial 360 Virtual Tours
Aerial 360 photography and virtual tours allow a bird’s eye view of a building and the surrounding area. They work well for commercial buildings or real estate to show the nearby amenities. They are an excellent sales tool for hotels, real estate agents, universities and in the construction industry.
- Project Lead: Christopher O’Grady
- Location: Singapore
- Year: 2018