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WebVR enables you to create an immersive experience directly from a web page without the need for an app. Most of the current VR headsets can display WebVR content. You can find an up-to-date list at

To enter VR, you will need a button. Use our built-in skins (silhouette_v6 and simplex_v6) which already have the button and actions already applied or update a skin with the Enter VR component or build your own button.

Use the Built-in Skins

  1. Create a project.

  2. Add an HTML5 output project.

  3. From the menu for Skin, choose silhouette_v6.ggsk or simplex_v6.ggsk.

  4. Check that WebVR is selected in the VR pane.

  5. Click the Generate Output button. (You may have to save the project first.)

Update a Skin with Enter VR

  1. Open the skin.

  2. Add the Enter VR component from the Components Toolbox.

  3. Save the skin.

  4. In the HTML5 output settings, check that WebVR is selected in the VR pane.

  5. Save and output the project.
    The VR button you’ve added to the skin will only be visible on WebVR supported browsers.

Working with Stereo Panoramas

Pano2VR natively supports stereo images and videos.


  1. Drag a stereo pair as a top/bottom or strip format into the Viewer or the Tour Browser.
    If the image is a strip, change the Type to Strip VR.
  2. In the Properties, define the pair as Left/Right or Right/Left for Stereo Pair.

Tour Building

The tour building workflow is the same as with monoscopic images. Link the panoramas in any way. You can also mix stereo and mono images in the same tour.

Output as HTML5 and add a skin with that has an Enter VR button. The simplex_v6 and silhouette_v6 skins both have this button.

Custom Hotspot Images

Add a custom hotspot image for VR mode. Skins are currently not supported so the default hotspot image are spinning 3D globes. If you’d like to use your own image, instead of the globes, then you can one in the point hotspot properties.

  1. Select a point hotspot in the Viewer (or in List View).

  2. For Custom Image, select the folder to open an image for the hotspot.

  3. Choose to resize the image or to have it 3D Distorted which will pin the image to the panorama. You can then set the field of view to make the image appear smaller or larger.

  4. Set the image’s distance from the center using the Distance setting. Leave at Auto which is based on location data or deselect auto and set the distance manually. This option is only available if the hotspot type is Tour Node.


You can use the patch tool to quickly fix movements between the images, nadir, zenith, etc.

  1. Add a patch over the area to fix.

  2. Extract. This will open an extracted version of both sides in your default image editor. The left side will be the extracted patch.

  3. In the photo editor, if using the Clone tool, clone the right side and stamp on the left. So that the left side is being cloned by the right side.

See also

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