Pano2VR 5.0.2 is now available and has been updated to include the API key needed for Google Maps.
If you are like me, you might have been a little sad about not being at the IVRPA conference this year. You may have been even more sad to have missed Thomas’ talk (which was also streamed live). Thomas presented features that will come to Pano2VR 5.1 and gave a sneak peak into Object2VR 4.
We hope the month of May is treating you all well! We also hope that we will be able to meet some of you at the next IVRPA conference in Québec City, Canada.
Here is a doozy of an update for you! It is our first bugfix release for Pano2VR 5.
On Windows you may get a “Connection Error” after checking for updates. In case this occurs, you will need to manually download the update. This bug has been fixed in this update.
That’s one fix, here is a sampling of the rest:
If you find yourself needing to fix your down shots or any other portion of your panorama, you will find Pano2VR’s Patches a helpful feature and we’ve just made a tutorial to help you show how to add and edit patches.
Getty Images has been publishing Year in Focus for iBooks every year since 2011. The book tells a tale of the world for the past 365 days with images and videos. For the past few years, they’ve also included 360º panoramas created with the Pano2VR iBook widget.
It has been a while, yes, but today we are releasing Object2VR 3.1.0!
In this version we have made a lot of fixes and some fine-tunings, including the improving of the HiDPI support for HTML5.
We are very happy to release Pano2VR 5 which is a major update with a lot of new features. The most significant change being how fast you can get things done.
Today, we are releasing a new beta version of Pano2VR 5. We are now really close to the final release, but some changes and delays made a new beta necessary.
Here are the highlights:
- New simplex_v5 skin
- Alternative map providers in the skin
- Cardboard (VR) template and skin are included by default
And notable bugfixes