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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We’ve released a bug fix release Pano2VR 5.0.3, there’s a new a German-language book for panorama photography and a reminder of where to find our documentation for version 5.
Object2VR 3.1.1 is a bug-fix release for macOS X Sierra and adds touch support for Microsoft Edge.
Once again, we will be attending photokina which is an enormous photo/video/VR/AR trade fair that takes place in Cologne, Germany.
The third edition of Thomas Bredenfeld’s book (auf Deutsch) and a new Lynda.com course both feature Pano2VR and we’ve added a new forum section for skin components.
We’d like to bring your attention to Hopki’s latest tutorial for Pano2VR 5. This one teaches us how to create animated hotspots within the Skin Editor.
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.