The Garden Gnome Software Team will be in attendance at this year’s IVRPA converence in Las Vegas, NV. We will be presenting new features in upcoming releases of Pano2VR. We look forward to seeing new faces and meeting old friends, alike.
To better help you understand the workflow or to see what you may be missing, check out our latest Object2VR tutorial on Image Capturing.
Today, I’d like to share Ivan Tsyrkunovich’s project that features a dance club (or discotheque, depending what part of the world you come from). If Google Translate tells me true, the Club is called Database and is located in Grondo, Belarus.
Back in August, we updated the Skin Editor with Pano2VR 4.5 beta 1. That update included a completely new user interface and lots of new features to make building skins a lot easier. A few weeks ago, we added this to our latest beta release of Object2VR. So, we figured it was a good time to create some video tutorials for this new skin editor.
We just released version 1.2.0 of our GGPKG Wordpress and Joomla Panorama and Object movie plugins.
The main new feature is that you can see the preview images in the Wordpress media library. To make this work we changed the mime type to image/ggpkg so only new uploads will show the thumbnails. It also works for old uploads in the Add Media view.
We are happy to release another beta of Object2VR. The major new feature is the new Skin Editor, originally introduced in Pano2VR 4.5 beta.
Here’s a tip for Object2VR that puts an object movie inside another object movie.
It’s time for another Pano2VR in the Wild! This one hails from Latvia! The interactive digital agency, BRIGHT, builds beautiful tours for a number of varying clients. What I enjoy most about their tours are their clean and well designed skins. I’d like to share some of them.
We are happy to release a new beta of Pano2VR 4.5. We have fixed a lot of bugs, but we also added some new features.
In September 2013, we released Plugins for both WordPress and Joomla with a promise that a Drupal plugin was on its way. Well, here it is!
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