360 degree photography can make capturing tenancy inventory checks for lettings much faster and easier. P360M can help!
The process of taking an inventory check can be rather time consuming. Lots of photos, lists of inventory, a detailed description of how they relate to each other and not having much time, just makes it even harder. If mistakes are made, issues become tenfold at the point of a tenant leaving property, when potentially disagreements can ensue. We believe 360 degree photography can help.
A lot of the work in photographing a property can be alleviated using 360 photography. Instead of many photos per room, you only need one 360 degree photo. You may still need the odd standard photo occasionally to draw attention to small details. However, 360 photography gives standard photos context, as it’s possible to match the location of standard photo within the 360 degree view of the room.
360 degree photography will make the process to capture inventory of properties faster and more reliable. It also enables all parties involved in the letting, to visually see an inventory check for each room, so potentially reducing any conflicts at point or renting or at the end of the lease. The end result is savings in time and money, while increasing satisfaction for tenants and property owners.
Taking and managing 360 degree photos is now cheap and easy to do. Cameras can be bought for less than £200 and we here at P360M provide a simple service, that allows a user on their phone or tablet, to annotate 360 degree photos, then upload them to our cloud service. These 360 degree annotated images can be viewed and rotated in a simple web browser. They can also be viewed in virtual reality using a phone and low-cost Google Cardboard goggles. Our cloud service also provides an audit trail for the images, recording who took the photo and when it was uploaded. To find out more go to https://p360m.co.uk
360 degree photography could play an essential part in capturing a scene of a fire in the world of fire forensics. Here is why:
We believe P360M could be a great asset working alongside 360 degree photography in fire forensics. P360M allows a user via a smartphone or tablet. To annotate 360 degree photos and then upload them to our cloud service. Photos can then be viewed by opening a simple web link in your web browser. Web users can rotate the view to see the complete scene, including annotations left by the investigator. It’s also possible to view the 360 degree photo with annotations, in virtual reality goggles using a mobile phone and google cardboard headset.
It’s doubtful that 360 photography will ever absolutely replace standard photography, but will work as a complementary tool, enabling investigators to capture a crime scene in more effective and faster ways in the future.
P360M makes using 360 degree photography cheap and easy to use. Using P360M it’s easy to annotate and upload images direct from the scene. All the images uploaded can then be simply viewed in a standard web browser. It just requires the purchase of a 360 degree camera, which can be made for as little as £200 and taking out a subscription of our P360M service. Why not contact us to find out more: Contact us