E-LEARNING through Virtual Tours


E-learning is growing very strongly. The Corona crisis has made the benefits even clearer. However, it can be much more interactive and therefore with a much higher concentration during training. In a Virtual Tour with E-learning, the user is completely immersed in a simulated reality to prepare them for the real thing. This makes the user much more alert to the new information. For example, a trainee staff member can explore and discover every aspect of his or her new job without interrupting the actual work processes. You can send your employees on a dangerous hunt or voyage of discovery with clickable info hotspots and simulations in a virtual copy of your production department.

- Hands-on training in your own virtual environment regardless of the number of people, when or where.

- no extra hardware required, works on any smartphone, tablet or laptop

This Virtual Reality (VR) or 360° technology has found its way into the training techniques of almost every industry and topic. And not for nothing. Creating virtual tours and 360° simulations for training is safer, less intrusive, more scalable than on-site practice and much more realistic than a passive PowerPoint.  


  • Different scenarios are possible
  • Dangerous situations can be simulated without danger
  • Training with proof of knowledge
  • Always and everywhere available
  • Easier to customize versus printed instructions
  • Reduces costs by reducing the need for personal assistance
  • Registration of test results provides evidence of necessary training


Company Visit

Discovery Learning

Training simulations

Health - and securityguides

Testen en score

Quiz Cards

Quiz Cards, as the name suggests, allows you to question your virtual tour visitors at any time during the tour. The user is required to answer a question in order to score points and succeed. In addition to questions and answers (simple questions or multiple choice), a quiz card can contain all kinds of media, including video, photos, 360 videos, panoramas or 3D models.

Hidden Dangers

During the Virtual Tour, various dangers may be hidden. Imagine, a virtual site visit and one of the visitors does not wear a safety helmet. It is the task of the user to indicate all dangers during this training. This will train the user to always stay alert and also to point out less conspicuous dangers.


During the Virtual Tour, the user's score is tracked in order to display a final score. This makes it possible to decide whether the user has absorbed all knowledge and applied it correctly.

Virtual Reality maar zonder VR bril

VR training sounds complicated and many do not want to invest in getting new VR headsets for the entire workforce or school. The good news is that you don't have to do that. Although VR headsets look nice and can attract the attention of your employees in the beginning, more than 90% of the employees actually do virtual tour training on a desktop computer. This means that you are able to do the virtual tour training on your existing training devices and systems.

Virtual tours only need to be created once and are automatically compatible with any device - Mac, Windows, Desktop Computers, Laptops, mobile phones and tablets (Android & iOs).