Kolor’s shutting down. We are as surprised as you are and we want to express our biggest respect for the Kolor founders and the entire Kolor team. Congratulations for 14 years of successful development, for pushing the tech and for being a fair partner to share the industry with. The feedback we’ve seen online shows that quite a few KOLOR users are starting to look … Continue reading Exchange your Kolor License
Highly anticipated and finally here: As of today, our beta version supports Animated Panoramas. That means you can overlay videos on top of your panorama (“video hotspots”) making it look like a part of the panorama is animated. In our first demo, have Markus explain to you the art of perfume making. And, beyond an integrated guide, this new feature opens up a whole new … Continue reading Out NOW: Animated Panoramas
If you could change just one thing about your company that would increase employee productivity by over 200%¹, would you do it? Yes, of course, you would! But you’re probably thinking that, in order to have that kind of impact, such a change would be extremely complicated and costly, right? You would be mistaken. It turns out, all you need to do is more of … Continue reading How firms deploy VR to increase productivity
Virtual tours can present an actual physical space by means of 360º photos or a fictional, non-existing space by means of computer generated 360º images. This allows us to equally present spaces that already exist and spaces that are planned, about to be built or hypothetical. Virtual Tour based on computer generated images Say you’re an architect and you design your projects using a 3D … Continue reading Virtual tours with Photos or CAD Renders
Much requested and finally here Use any font you wish in your virtual tours. Whether for an info window, buttons or text element inside your tour – use and equip them with your favourite font. In fact, any font that you may have installed on your computer can be used inside VT PRO to truly customize your virtual tours and make them fit neatly with … Continue reading Fond of new fonts?