The four options to start a new panorama - explained and demonstrated with videos.
The first big improvement in the skin editor in terms of logic and workflow is now out and this is how it works.
Have your tours as offline "apps" on your Computers, Android phones and -what may be most interesting for you all- Oculus Go and Quest! Hosted by 3DVista or on your own server, you can now download your tours for offline use.
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 →
We've been dying to write this post: For the past 9 months, our team has been working on a complete make-over of our virtual tour viewer technology. We implemented multiresolution, which improves loading times a lot and lets you include much bigger and higher quality panoramas in your tours. And today is the day we... 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 →
Finally available for everyone: We have moved the Google Street View Publisher from our beta version to the official Virtual Tour PRO software. But not only that, we have also implemented the function to link your Street View Virtual Tour with a Google Business. All under one roof. Big News: VT PRO now includes a publisher... Continue Reading →
Semana Santa, the Holy Week in Spain is the annual tribute of the Passion for Jesus Christ celebrated by Catholic fraternities (Spanish: cofradías). During the last week of Lent, the week immediately before Easter, the streets are filled with processions that demonstrate elaborate and century-old sculptures such as the Holy Supper, the Judgement, or the... Continue Reading →