Andrew Knapp a graphic designer from Ontario has created a set of Where’s Wallyesk photographs using his dog Momo. Andrew originally concealed his black and white border collie within scenes to create a fun gift for his nieces and nephews. Now however, due to the success of his project Andrew is now turning the collection into a book.
Our own photographer and dog lover Neil has tried to start a similar thing by sneaking his own dog into his Google Business Photos tours.
We were also asked by some playful chefs if they could hide themselves within the Google tour of The Pheasant Inn so that they may challenge the Inn’s owner to find their hiding place within the tour. Hiding items, or Easter eggs as the geeks would say, is a good marketing technique Google tour owners may use to get viewers to take a look around their whole tour. If this is ever something you may be interested in we would be more than happy to advise you on how best to do it for your business.360 tours, google business photos, hidden easter eggs, spot the dog, virtual tour