We are happy to announce we have joined the Canadian Museum Association to better connect with museum professionals in Canada
You already know that Point3D is on top of the Museum virtual tour industry so it should be no surprise we are also a corporate member of the Canadian Museum Association. Through membership, we have connected with and done work with several Canadian Museums in capturing their exhibits and event venue space with 3D Virtual Tours. The immersive experiences extend the traditional reach of the exhibits, allowing for online visits by users around the world. They also give curators the ability to share more than just pictures with other institutions looking to sponsor and host exhibits.
The Canadian Museum Association is an organization working together to support Canada’s museum community. It includes volunteers and national institutions alike to build stronger museums and “a better Canada.” The association advocates for a variety of initiatives in the education sector, provides a huge host of jobs, works on the Truth and Reconciliation Program (specializing in Action #67), and partners with museums across Canada to achieve this!
A member of the Canadian Museum Association furthers the objectives of the Canadian Museum Association. Our participation includes paying the membership fee to keep the Canadian Museum Association running and then offering special pricing to museums in order to support their reach and general museum education across Canada. Our membership fees go towards the association’s advocacy for public policy, support, building skills in the profession, and building connections between museums and their supporters. We are happy and proud to work alongside museums across Canada that are educating young minds and keeping the history of Canada alive!
Explore Canadian Museum Virtual Tours
Located an hour north of Toronto, The Sharon Temple was constructed by the Children of Peace, an Upper Canada Quaker sect from 1825 – 1831. The Temple is an architectural symbol of their vision of a society based on the values of peace, equality, and social justice. We captured Museum 3D Tours of six heritage buildings on the property to allow users to explore artifacts, and immerse themselves in the Museum from any computer or cell phone!
With four buildings throughout the property, Champlain Trail Museum approached Point3D to create a museum virtual tour that could let users traverse between them. After scanning the separate buildings, they were connected with multimedia labels to do just that!
Rooted in Rural is a new permanent exhibition that explores Osgoode township’s rich agricultural and rural roots. Hosted at the Osgoode Township Museum, the exhibit was captured over the Summer of 2021 to create a museum virtual tour that could be shared with Ottawa-area schools in the Ottawa Catholic School Board and Ottawa-Carleton District School Board.
The Canadian museum virtual tour that started it all, Bytown Museum. Set in Ottawa’s oldest stone building next to the Rideau River locks, this Museum features a permanent exhibition of early Ottawa, the Bytown, and the construction of the Rideau River locks themselves.
For us, the Bytown Museum is one of our earliest adopters of museum virtual tours and a long-time supporter of our business. We regularly re-visit the museum to capture temporary exhibits held on the second level of the building.
We are Ontario’s 3D Virtual Tour Experts
We offer a unique and extensive experience providing fast, realiable service for the most complex scanning environments. Our immersive 3D Imaging can serve as a solution to a wide range of industries. If you are interested and are looking to learn more or are ready to use 3D Virtual Tours in Ottawa, Montreal or Toronto, contact our team to schedule your first 3D Tour scan.