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Tag: Digital Marketing

Community Spotlight: eQ Homes eQuinelle

Our community spotlight for this month is eQ Homes eQuinelle in Kemptville, ON! A development by eQ Homes, eQuinelle is located in Kemptville, a 35 minute drive from downtown Ottawa, this community is envisioned with the theme of an active lifestyle resort. It offers the best of two worlds, green and rural living, all whilst remaining in close proximity to the nation's capital. [...] Read more
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Community Spotlight: Claridge Homes Lilythorne

Our community spotlight for this month is Claridge Lilythorne in Findlay Creek, ON! Located in Findlay Creek, Lilythorne is a brand new project by Claridge Homes. With its close proximity and ease of access to the 417, as well as being nestled by the National Capital Greenbelt and surrounded by paths and nature trails, Lilythorne is ideally located. With plans [...] Read more
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How To Embed 3D Virtual Tours

Of course, you should already know by now that 3D Virtual Tours can be easily shared to anyone with a mobile device, tablet, or computer. But here at Point3D, we want to make sure you're getting the most out of your 3D Virtual Tours. While simply hyperlinking it on your website is easy, it can take traffic off your website, [...] Read more
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Ottawa’s 2020 Renovation Tour, Now Digital!

Every year, the RenoMark® Reno Tour gives consumers the opportunity to view professionally renovated homes across Ottawa. This year being 2020, things were a little different. With fewer people being comfortable leaving their homes for unessential purposes and homeowners not opening up their homes to hundreds of strangers, it wasn't looking good for the Tour. In June at a GOHBA [...] Read more
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You Can Surf These Ottawa Museums From Home

Over the past five years, Point3D has amassed a portfolio of 3D virtual tours for Ottawa's cultural and heritage spaces. Many of Ottawa Museum Network museums are temporarily closing their doors to the public as the virus begins its spread in Canada. In an effort to "flatten the curve" of the spread, large gatherings of more than 250 people should [...] Read more