P3D's exciting new product will help the mobility impaired

P3D's exciting new product will help the mobility impaired

P3D’s exciting new product will help the mobility impaired

MEDIA RELEASE: Property3D
11 October 2018

 

Property3D is proud to announce the 2nd release of its Accessibility Pathway Tour (APT).

In collaboration with our client Auckland Live, we have created an innovative product to help those with mobility impairments to enjoy the theatres in a safe and prepared manner.

Accessibility Pathway Tour (APT) is a virtual tour product that has been designed to give patrons and their caregivers the confidence to engage with live events across the city. Property3D anticipates other industries will take up the initiative as they see the success of APT for Auckland Live.

Project & Client Relationship Manager at Property3D, Katrine Cramer, says, “The APT product is now running on the Auckland Town Hall, The Civic, and Bruce Mason Centre webpages. We are proud of APT – it’s the result of hours of analysis and development. The primary function is to familiarise end-users with a facility before they visit, done via a series of 360 images of a venue. APT will be a wonderful resource for those with mobility impairments and we acknowledge our client, Auckland Live, for taking a jump into this area with us. We have enjoyed a truly collaborative process with the innovative team at Auckland Live and we look forward to hearing feedback from the marketplace.”

Feedback has already been positive: “What a great IT initiative and certainly gives visitors a clear picture of the event areas – made me realise how beautiful the Town Hall is.” (Source: Auckland Live patron, November 2017).

Property3D have taken the time to trademark APT and look forward to rolling out future APT’s for more venues across the country and abroad.

Click the links below to view the Tours

 

Civic – https://bit.ly/2OXAEod
Bruce Mason Centre – https://bit.ly/2Oh0u75