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SAN FRANCISCO-Internet Pictures Corporation, aka iPIX, will be debuting its new iSIGHT360 technology at the National Association of Realtors conference this weekend in San Francisco. The technology allows potential tenants to take 360-degree virtual tours of properties.

Beginning at the end of November, agents and brokers currently using the existing panoramic iPIX system will be able to utilize the new 360-degree technology. In addition, the new AgentPhotos feature will allow agents and brokers to embed their photo and contact information into an iPIX tour, providing an effective marketing tool.

To capture the images needed for the iPIX technology, the San Ramon, Calif.-based company has established a network of over 800 photographers throughout the country.

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