In this video, you will add an introduction to your tour.
The introduction to your virtual tour will help your viewers understand what your tour is about.
And, describing your story can help you decide which locations to include in your tour.
To begin, find an image for your tour introduction. You can use Google searchto find an image that relates to the main theme of your story. For example, if yourstory is the biography of a person, use a famous photo of them as your introduction image. Or,if your story is the evolution of an invention, select an image of the invention.
Search for the image and make sure you have the right to use the image.
Next, write a short description of your tour.
Identify the general topic of your tour. Explain the story you plan to tell. As you describeyour story, think about where and when it takes place, and share this scope in your description.
Scope is a range of time and space. For example, if your story is the AmericanCivil War, your scope is the mid-1800s, especially 1861 to 1865, and mostly the American South. Ifyour story is the development of the written word, your scope will be much longer and wider--from theyear 3400 BC to the present day, from Mesopotamia to the Silicon Valley.
Your scope could also be as short as several days, weeks, or months.
Now, it’s your turn: Add an image for theintroduction of your tour, and Write a description of your tour.