Detect automatically whether your audience comes from desktop or mobile and lead them to the respective, completely optimized virtual tour design.
We haven't published our update logs in a while (which does not mean there were no updates, quite the contrary). But this is so big, it deserves a shout out!
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 →
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 →
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 →
Connect your 3DVista virtual tours to your LMS platform using our API. Virtual Tours are the perfect tool for training, exams, interactive tests etc. They have proven to trigger levels of engagement that maximize attention and thus knowledge retention to an extent that photos, videos and presentations could not. Usually you have your own Learning... Continue Reading →
New Deep Linking "trigger-overlay-name" and "trigger-overlay-event" options for the tour url. Allows you to customize a tour's URL so that it opens directly in specific spots and with specific hotspots. This allows you to send customized URL's of your tour that lead and automatically trigger the defined hotspot at startup. The parameter "media-index" or "media-name" is... Continue Reading →
So eagerly awaited by many of you, our programs now support RAW format images. This means, when shooting in RAW, you can conveniently import images in RAW format straight from your camera into Stitcher 4 to create amazing panoramas, without loss of quality. Apart from that, you can also import RAW panoramas in dng format,... Continue Reading →
This is how we created our New York City Loft Tour. What's so special about this tour is a) it's been created with panoramic CAD images and b)it features Virtual Staging - great for architects, photographers and realtors (or just anyone wanting to compare and simulate different scenarios). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xa0ZQsYACg A 360º interactive virtual tour that... Continue Reading →