The Future of Realty Tours is Here
You have never seen a tour that can capture your imagination like VeeR Into.
Residential & commercial realty, tourism and promotion, and even courtroom testimony are all about to change.
No matter the size or complexity of your VR tour needs, we have the experience and imagination to meet them.
At VeeR Goggles, we’ve found that the art of VR is just like any other: it’s all about unexpected perspective.
Best-in-Class Web Experience
Whether you’ve seen VR before or not, we think you’ll agree VeeR Into is the most compelling, immersive experience you’ve ever had taking a virtual tour on the web.
Flexibly built using Responsive VR
Built on WebVR technology, VeeR Into works on desktop, mobile, and of course VR. All you need is a computer or smartphone to get started.
No Apps Needed
Because VeeR Into is built using web technologies, you don’t need to install an app to use it. All you need is a browser.
Catch VR Fever
Once you try VeeR Into, you’ll never be able to watch standard tours the same way again!
Watch the VeeR Into CSI Demo
Co-Founder, Chief VeeRology Officer
Jason’s unique perspective on the world has spawned innovation in virtually every cutting-edge technology on the web, from Virtual and Augmented Reality to Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, 2D/3D Animation, and everything in between. In the course of his dozen-year career, projects he has led have garnered 3 Emmy Award nominations, 2 SXSW Innovation Award nominations (2015 winner for Responsive), and dozens of national, regional, and local accolades. When he’s not working on VR these days, oh who are we kidding, he’s always working on VR these days.
Kate Amaral, PhD
Co-Founder, Director of VeeRology
Dr. Kate, as she is known to her students at Penn State Berks, has been a leader in the fields of chemistry and pedagogy, serving as chair of her local chapter of the ACS and advancing the practice and technology behind effective chemical education. Kate is also an active member of the forensics community in Berks, from involving CSI experts from across the regions in the many forensics classes she teaches, to consulting for the Berks Forensic Sciences Unit. She is also equally comfortable knitting a sweater and canning a bushel of pickles.