TalTech (Tallinn University of Technology ) is one of leading tech universities in Europe with more than 11,000 students from 94 countries and nearly 2,000 employees from 51 countries. The TalTech campus is also a home to more than 200 high-tech companies (e.g. Skype).
TalTech sent two Estonian digital agencies, TUUR & Bit Finer on a mission to create a unique way to introduce the leading tech university to new and potential students. After having “several” brainstorming sessions it was clear that AI and chatbot are the way to go. It’s soon 2020.
So we activated our creativeness, drones, cameras, skills in UX/UI design, copywriting and photography and made a huge series of high quality photos and videos of the campus and designed the media into a chatbot guided virtual tour. The chatbot even has its own voice and the tour covers more than 13 buildings and 30 locations in the campus.
TalTech recently celebrated its 100th anniversary and taking big and bold steps towards the future is something the leading tech university plans to concentrate on.
We hope you enjoy the unique experience and can imagine the intense process behind the visuals. It is and was a fantastic challenge.
You can find the most innovative virtual tour in Estonia here, possibly even one of the most unique ones in the world.
Bit Finer wants to thank our good friend and partner Lauri Veerde from TUUR, TalTech International Marketing Team, our friend and content marketing genius — Mihkel Raud.
The tour was designed by Mathias V, Lauri Veerde and Lauri Post. The tour was originally launched in December 2018 and January 2019.
The virtual tour was developed under the leadership of TalTech International Recruitment and Admissions Division. The head of the division Keit Kiissel sincerely thanks all TalTech units, students, staff members and other parties who contributed to successful completion of the project, particularly the project manager Liisi Järve, the developer of the tour Lauri Veerde (TUUR), the design studio Bit Finer and the content marketing expert Mihkel Raud.
Read the original press release from here.