How to get your Gyroscope back on iOS

You may have noticed that, when opening your virtual tours on an iPhone or iPad, the tours don't behave as they used to. Before, you could physically turn and rotate the phone to look around. Now, the screen is fix and you need to use your finger to move around. That is because Apple decided… Continue reading How to get your Gyroscope back on iOS

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Upload your tours to Google Street View

Big News: The VT PRO beta (What is that?) now includes a publisher which lets you upload your virtual tours to Google Street View (GSV). The tool is very easy to use and follows a similar approach as your general virtual tour creation in VT PRO (despite the fact that Google won't show any skin… Continue reading Upload your tours to Google Street View

Running Virtual Tours on Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and mixed reality devices

We already posted an article on how to watch 3DVista Tours offline on Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and similar. But since running your virtual tours on these devices online also requires a small one-time set-up of your devices, we thought it would be helpful to post the instruction for Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and other… Continue reading Running Virtual Tours on Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and mixed reality devices

Virtual Tours on YouTube

3DVista VT PRO includes a new export format which converts your virtual tour into a 360º video, ready to be uploaded onto "video-only" platforms and thus significantly increasing your reach. We get asked this a lot, and yes, you can upload your virtual tours to YouTube, Facebook and other platforms that support 360º videos. Ticking… Continue reading Virtual Tours on YouTube

Virtual Tours offline on Oculus Rift – UPDATED

3DVista is one of the few virtual tour programs that allow you to create tours that can be shown offline in non-autonomous VR devices, such as Oculus Rift, HTC Vive or Microsoft Mixed Reality. Because we get asked this a lot - here's a detail description of how to get there: Create your virtual tour… Continue reading Virtual Tours offline on Oculus Rift – UPDATED