Tour the Queen Mary 2 Online

Real Tour VisionÂ? technology will now let you tour Queen Mary 2 without having to book passage! A virtual tour of the Cunard LineÂ?s newest and most impressive ship has just been launched on the Internet at: http://www.cunard.com/tourQM2.

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Traverse City, MI (PRWEB) February 27, 2004

Real Tour Vision™ technology will now let you tour Queen Mary 2, the largest, longest, tallest and widest passenger ship ever built, without having to book passage! A virtual tour of the Cunard Line’s newest and most impressive ship has just been launched on the Internet at: http://www.cunard.com/tourQM2. To move through full or partial panoramic scenes, you click on your computer mouse and use it like a joystick. You can “virtually” walk through one of Queen Mary 2’s 2,249 square foot two-story Grand Duplex Suites. Visit the G-32 nightclub, one of 14 bars and clubs onboard or the Britannia Restaurant, one of the main dining venues available for passengers. These virtual tours give you a glimpse of what to expect… or what to dream about.

“While virtual tours are immensely popular in the real estate industry, we’re pleased that our technology is often selected for high-end commercial tours,” said Jason LaVanture, Vice President of Real Tour Vision (http://www.realtourvision.com).

“Minimal distortion, instantaneous online viewing without requiring plug-ins, and easy tour navigation were the chief benefits of the Real Tour Vision technology,” said Sherrie Lee Hablitzel, Director of Internet Solutions for Quicksilver Associates (http://www.quicksilverNOW.com), the Chicago agency that handles all web presence for Cunard Line.

Quicksilver hired professional photographer Sandy Levy (http://www.levyphoto.com) in Miami to shoot partial panoramic scenes and still images aboard Queen Mary 2. And it was Levy who initially introduced Quicksilver to the Real Tour Vision technology. “My research found that Real Tour Vision offers technically superior imaging and has the best customer support,” said Levy. “I believe Real Tour Vision is on the cutting edge of the virtual tour industry.”

About Real Tour Vision™

Real Tour Vision™ (RTV™) is leveraging the Internet with 360° Panoramic Virtual Tours that are already in demand by Real Estate firms, Resorts, Golf Courses, Colleges, and many other businesses or organizations that benefit from providing an online, e-mail or disk/CD-ROM tour of properties or facilities. RTV Virtual Tours are distinguished by their high quality, speed of delivery and many features (including audio). RTV Dealers operate a turnkey business complete with proprietary software, comprehensive start-up kit and strong profit potential.

Real Tour Vision™ and RTV™ are trademarks of Real Tour Vision, Inc.

About Quicksilver Associates

Quicksilver is a creative communications company that produces meetings, video, print and internet solutions to help leading corporations around the world reach and energize their employees and customers. Quicksilver is also the developer of QuickFlex™, a licensed content management software tool for dynamic, database-driven content used by Cunard Line

About Sandy Levy

Levy has been an award-winning full-time professional advertising photographer in Miami since 1971. He became a Real Tour Vision Dealer 1½ years ago to produce interactive virtual tours using RTV technology. His professional memberships include: Board of Directors of the American Society of Media Photographers-South Florida Chapter, and The Professional Photographers of America. Always on the cutting edge of technology, Levy also holds a patent on a 3-D viewing system that does not require special glasses. He is also one of six photographers in the U.S. who regularly beta-tests new films for FUJI before they are introduced to the market.

Contact: Jason LaVanture, Vice President of Real Tour Vision

Phone: 1-866-947-TOUR (8687)

Email : jasonl@realtourvision.com

Web site : http://www.realtourvision.com


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