Online Virtual Tours

One Click Is Enough To Create An Online Virtual Tour

The Online Virtual Tour Creator supports several image formats and lets you create Virtual Tours from the scratch in just two clicks:

  • A click from your camera to capture 360 degree around in a single exposure.

  • A click from your mouse to transform the picture into an Interactive Virtual Tour.

With your own camera and free.


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A Minimal Investment To Update Your Online Real Estate Agency

Offer more and better services to your clients by showing your Real Estate Portfolio in 360 degree Virtual Tours. Nothing is more alike to actually being in the place and you can do it yourself with the same ease as you do it with traditional pictures.

The Ideal Complement To Any Website

Every Webmaster can notoriously improve his/her services by adding to them interactive Virtual Tours that he/she can do with his/her own equipment and in as little as two clicks.

The Freeware Programs That Will Do All The Job

Depending on the panorama type, the combination of this four free programs, three, two, one or even none of them is all the multimedi photographer needs to complete his/her work.

Renovated Online Virtual Tour Creator : improved design, Facebook comments box for each Virtual Tour, internal engine optimized for greater speed, compatibility with more browsers and increased security.

Edit The Image : How To Convert Source Images Into Panoramas

Did you know it is no longer necessary to edit your panoramas to create Virtual Tours?

The editing of a panorama is the transformation of the original photographs into a panoramic image that will serve as the basis for the creation of interactive Virtual Tour.

While editing, in general, is a necessary step in the creation of the Virtual Tour, there are cases in which these can be created directly out of the source image as it comes out of the camera: these are the single shot panoramas, namely 360 degree donut shots and simple fisheye shots.

Sequences of photographs taken partially overlapping by rotating a camera around an axis, instead, necessarily require this step: the images are combined with each other to form a single panoramic image, which may or may not Span 360 degree.

Depending on the equipment and the system used to photograph, the resulting picture may be of different types :

The cylindrical panoramas are those that when navigated interactively show two empty spaces, one in the top of the sphere (zenith), another one at the bottom (nadir). They are defined as the projection of a panoramic image on the inner wall of a virtual cylinder. Not spanning the high and low ends, these panoramas cover always less than 180 vertical degree. They can come from the stitching of multiple photographs as well as from the remapping of a single image, for example, a 360 degree donut shot.

The spherical panoramas, instead, are the projection of a complete image of 360 x 180 degree in the inner wall of a virtual sphere. These are necessarily are photographed in several shots and therefore it is inevitable some editing job to combine them.

A cylindrical panorama can not become spherical because the sphere have parts that are not photographed. However, it is a common resource to cover the empty sectors with other images such as companies's or photographer's logos. It is an usual resource to try to photograph the top of the sphere (zenith) to concentrate all the empty area in the opposite sector (nadir). With the help of a nodal rotator this can be achieved easily.

A special case of combination of images is the combination of fisheye shots. Since each shot covers over 180 degree not only in width but also on high, creating a panorama all around the horizon is equivalent to creating a complete sphere. Just two fisheye shots, if they are properly aligned, are enough to make a complete sphere, although some equipment will be visible in the final product. In these cases it is usual to edit this area covering it with another image, or stopping the navigation in that direction.

Finally partial panoramas are those that do not cover the entire horizon in its horizontal expansion. The simple Fisheye Shots are a specific type of partial panorama, although most of these come from the combination of images aligned horizontally. Ultimately, almost any image wider than high can be considered a partial panorama.

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360 Degree Interactive Panoramas
In Three Easy Steps

After reading this tutorial you'll be able to create your first 360 degree interactive photography with the camera you already have :

1 - Photograph
1 - Fotografiar

Take one or more pictures of the place you want to show.

2 - Edit
2 - Editar

Convert your pictures into 360 degree panoramas.

3 - Publish
3 - Publicar

Make your panoramas interactive and available to the world on the internet.

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If a picture is worth a thousand words, a 360 degree interactive panorama is worth a thousand pictures...


Online Virtual Tour Creator

Using the online virtual tour creator you can :

Convert your 360 degree pictures to virtual tours with a single click.

Insert your virtual tours into web sites, emails, blogs or wherever you like by just copying and pasting a text.

Know in a practical way all kinds of 360 degree pictures.

Discover that you can create hundreds of interactive virtual tours just as easily as you take pictures with your camera.

Check that with just one click from your camera and another click from your mouse it is possible to create a 360 degree interactive virtual tour out of nothing. And completely free of charge!!!

You can get started right now, even if you don't have a camera

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