Detect automatically whether your audience comes from desktop or mobile and lead them to the respective, completely optimized virtual tour design.
The first big improvement in the skin editor in terms of logic and workflow is now out and this is how it works.
NEW: Track and analyse detailed interaction inside your tours to improve their performance and report hard facts.
Making your tours VR compatible is as easy as selecting one of the VR buttons (the goggle icon) from the library and placing it in your virtual tour. The user then has two options to open your tour on a mobile phone (and VR headsets based on mobile phones): They can insert the tour's URL... Continue Reading →
This article expains how to create 3DVista-unique panorama types with material shot with 360º cameras.
With the surge of decent 360º cameras, we get asked a lot how to best stitch the images they take. The answer is: Use the stitching software that these cameras come with. Why? Well, every camera provider develops his own stitching app that works exclusively (and therefore perfectly) with the exact values of their respective... Continue Reading →
We get asked this a lot, so here's a post on how to share a link to your virtual tour on social media WITH a thumbnail. Good news for 3DVista Hosting Users For all of those using 3DVista Hosting, you will have noticed that the program automatically assigns a thumbnail to your tours when you... Continue Reading →
It was by far the most requested feature for the new 3DVista GSV workshop - Linking to a Business. We heard you and squeezed it into our development plan 🙂 Now, you really do have a one-stop shop and can upload your virtual tour onto Google Street View tutti completti. Link your virtual tour to... Continue Reading →