Side-by-side. Display a direct and immersive comparison of a scene in two stages with the new Dual Viewer feature.
A new mode for the greatly successful Live Guided Tour feature, Split & Twin View Tours, more ADA compliance and so much more. Here’s the list of the most important additions…
So as not to leave anyone behind, no matter their firewall or network restrictions.
Quick Actions are our new way of optimizing the process of hotspot creation. They’re an alternative way of setting hotspots, saving you many clicks when it comes to putting your tour together. The time- and click savings are tremendous and makes this update a big deal especially for those who create many or very large virtual tours with lots of interactivity.
“Recent”, “Favorites” & a search field have been added to the Library Windows – Making icons easier to find and quicker to select.
he icon library in VT PRO gives you many ways to customize your tour with different icons for different hotspots for instance. However, while customizing the hotspots down to each individual spot by creating them individually, it sometimes comes in...
The power of your tour’s URL – use it to specify where exactly to start your tour.
Here’s a list with all possible parameters that you can add to your tour’s URL to determine what exactly should be opened.
Virtual escape rooms, gamified e-learning or limiting access to sensitive areas: Here’s how you password protect the move to certain panoramas.
We’ve recently developed a new hotspot type and it hasn’t been properly announced yet. So here’s the official blog post on the new Floating Hotspots and how they’re different from Sticker Hotspots.
We up’ed our Deep Linking Game with a new “Skip Loading” function. Interlink tours without going through a loading screen – for a seamless switch that makes walking between several sub-tours look like one big virtual tour.
Explore, Show, Teach. Together.
A paradigm shift for Real Estate, Schools, Tourism, e-training…
This update opens up a completely new world to all 3DVista users out there.
Here’s all the new additions broken down.
There’s a new standard coming along called webXR. And we’re excited to announce 3DVista’s support for webXR in oculus browser.
We get this question so many times that it’s worth dedicating it its own entire blog post.
“When I open the tour, I see a window asking for permission to enable audio or video. How can I delete that window?”
3DVista now optimized to all things e-learning: Quiz Cards, Scores, Gamification and automatic LMS integration allow you to use 360º virtual tours as canvas for a more immersive, interactive and life-like training.
Today, we are proudly presenting the latest puzzle piece to our 3DVista community: The Market Place.
Have a browse and start offering and finding skins, graphics, sounds and other supporting elements for your virtual tours.
We’ve broken down today’s change log to let you know all the goodies that have been added (oh yes, multilanguage is among them) and what they’re good for. Enjoy!
One of the most-requested features recently - it's here! Check out how you can create a virtual tour that adapts and shows in your audience's language in our new video tutorial. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1xR5SF6T14 Trying to create a virtual tour in several...
A little pre-christmas gift to all of you: Two new skins - one for cars, one for boats and lots of new hotspots by popular request. Enjoy making them yours! You can find the new skins and hotspot icons included for free in your latest version of 3DVista Virtual Tour...
Yes, it’s gone – but just to make room for even more functions. Here’s where you find the old (and new) options now.
An update so big, it deserves a little bit of exposure. All new features explained.
Detect automatically whether your audience comes from desktop or mobile and lead them to the respective, completely optimized virtual tour design.
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.
NEW: Track and analyse detailed interaction inside your tours to improve their performance and report hard facts.
VT PRO's last update (2019.2.1) introduced a new perspective and intro effect that was widely requested (yep, it is admittedly a fun little feature). It's called little planet (or tiny planet or small planet...) and it'll start your tour from a bird's eye view from...
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...
e'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...
This article expains how to create 3DVista-unique panorama types with material shot with 360º cameras.
ith 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...