Choosing a Host in LGT Sessions

Choosing a Host in LGT Sessions

LGT: Choose your Host In Live Guided Tours, we know that we can have several hosts at a time. But is there a way to separate the hosts and to let guests choose whom to talk to? An example: If a guest is interested in Property Development A, they can talk to their...
“Why I made the switch from Kolor to 3DVista”

“Why I made the switch from Kolor to 3DVista”

Dimitri Cassimatis is a 360 photographer and virtual tour creator based in Sydney, Australia. He specialises in high-end custom branded virtual tours with his company Simply 360.  As he made the choice to switch his business over to 3DVista in Summer 2020, he kindly...
Click & Go Mode

Click & Go Mode

The new way of moving around An alternative navigation mode for 3DVista virtual tours, “Click & Go” allows you to move through a tour in a manner that is similar to the typical Street View navigation. It gives an impression of free movement and allows you to...
Text To Speech

Text To Speech

Auto-Narration for Texts Whether it’s to comply with accessibility standards or to complement your tours with alt-text options, narration in virtual tours are more than just a “nice to have”. Especially in public tenders, ADA (or similar) compliancy...
Dual Viewers – “Before & After” Panoramas

Dual Viewers – “Before & After” Panoramas

The “Before & After” Panorama Present two panoramas at the same time, side-by-side in their full interactive glory. Think of Before & After, Day/Night, Summer/Winder, Décor 1/Décor 2… The applications are endless. Whenever it makes sense to...
Productivity Revolution #3: Quick Actions

Productivity Revolution #3: Quick Actions

Creating interactivity in 3DVista, while very powerful, has always been a little bit click-intense. The wide range of options when it comes to hotspots inevitably entails a number of settings and steps that you have to go through when it comes to setting a hotspot. ...
Move to Panorama (or Media) with Password

Move to Panorama (or Media) with Password

We’ve received quite a few requests from you guys asking how you can password protect the movement from one panorama (or room) to the next. Especially for virtual escape rooms and e-learning where you want to make sure your visitors solved a problem before...