WebXR for Oculus Go

WebXR for Oculus Go

WebXR is the latest evolution in virtual and augmented realities. The new standard for building VR and AR experiences on the web is intended to replace WebVR. In fact, since last Tuesday, Oculus no longer supports WebVR at all, rendering virtual tours based on that...
Virtual Tours in E-Learning, Training & Quizzing

Virtual Tours in E-Learning, Training & Quizzing

Quiz your students on roman architecture in a virtual field trip through Pompeii. Immerse your workforce in hypothetical situations to prepare them. Or let your corporate learners explore every aspect of their new position without interrupting actual work processes....
3DVista Market Place goes live

3DVista Market Place goes live

A couple of months ago, we suggested the idea of a market place where every 3DVista user could buy and sell virtual tour elements, such as skins. buttons etc. The response was overwhelming and so we got on to creating the platform. Today, we are proudly presenting yet...
New Skins & Hotspot icons

New Skins & Hotspot icons

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...
Advanced Analytics

Advanced Analytics

After all the time you invest in creating your virtual tours, it is not only very interesting but also important to know how well your tours do, what paths and flows your audience follows and what wokrs for your tours and what doesn’t (in terms of hotspot...
Little Planet Effect

Little Planet Effect

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...
How to play your tours on Samsung Gear VR

How to play your tours on Samsung Gear VR

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...
Multiresolution – New Viewer Technology

Multiresolution – New Viewer Technology

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...