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
Web frames are without a doubt one of the most useful and versatile tools in VT PRO – and much easier to use than you may think. They allow us to smoothly integrate pretty much any external content into our virtual tours, without the need to import (and therefore possess) actual files. Apart from being more versatile and allowing the use of a wider range … Continue reading Features Presented: Embed 3D Models, Google Maps etc.
Today’s episode is about a feature that many virtual tour creators appreciate so much, they’ll buy a special camera worth 6 months’ rent and pay a significant monthly fee just to get it. We are talking about 3D transition effects, which simulate actual movement when “walking” a tour rather than fading your panoramas through black. “It’s like playing a video game inside your own house” … Continue reading Features Presented: 3D EFFECT
In this series, we’ll present our Virtual Tour PRO (VT PRO) features one by one. And Hotspots, we thought, are definitely a worthy feature to kick this series off with. They are what’ll make your virtual tours stand out from others as they allow you to truly convert your show into an interactive, interesting and engaging experience where there are many things to be discovered. … Continue reading Features Presented: HOTSPOTS
We constantly update our software and tour players to give you and your audience the best virtual experience – no matter their device and connection. That’s why, in general, we recommend you periodically republish your tours to make their underlying tech update to our latest improvements. This time, a few extraordinary events (Thanks, Google) make it even more important you hit the “publish” button on … Continue reading Why you should urgently republish your tours