Virtual walks or virtual tours are becoming more and more popular. Checking the area on Google Street View is one thing, but the possibility of a virtual visit to the Louvre is a way to experience art from anywhere in the world (as long as there is Internet access there). Virtual walks are also used for marketing purposes and for employee implementation in moving around the space of large plants. There are many possibilities to use the data from the 3D scanner.
High-resolution 360° visualization is a by-product of architectural and construction inventory, but it can be an end product in itself. The cloud of points with high-resolution photos gives an electrifying effect — it is an ideal, virtual version of the space and the objects presented in it.