Another week, another update! Again, we’ve added a few more features and fixed a few more things.
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Greetings! Spring has arrived in Vienna and it reminds us that for us, summer is right around the corner. The warmer weather brings with it events - events we’re happy to be attending.
Today, we’d like to share with you a new beta version of Pano2VR 5.2. We’ve added a few new tools that we hope everyone will find useful, like Blur Patches, extract the same area for a patch in all tour nodes, filtering map markers, plus a few more!
Today we’re happy to release 5.1 and 5.2 beta.
We’ve released Pano2VR 5.1 beta 2, will be providing an export for Google Street View and have produced a series of tutorials on using tags in Pano2VR and Pano2VR Pro.
Happy New Year! Check out our latest tutorials:
We are happy to start this month by featuring an impressive virtual tour built by Lauri Veerde for Tallinn University in Estonia.
Today we’ve published a few tutorials and we hope you’ll find them useful.
Today, we are presenting you with our biggest update since and it’s packed with new features. The most fun, by far, is the support for multiple projections. The projections can be dynamically changed in the Viewer, in the output and even within the Animation Editor. And that’s not only for still panoramas, but also for 360º video.
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