TourCloud - Making virtual tour offline browsing easier

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Fotopano
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TourCloud - Making virtual tour offline browsing easier

Post by Fotopano » Sun Sep 30, 2012 9:06 pm

As professional virtual tour creators ourselves we found that the available solutions for offline browsing on mobiles devices like mobile phones and iPad do not fit our needs. As we investigated, offline viewing is a neck pain for many virtual tour creators.

So we came up with a solution that would ease the process of getting your tour onto any device for offline browsing. It consists of a cloud that you upload your tours to and an application that has access to it. You distribute the tour to all devices and can use any of them for presentations in offline mode. Also it looks professional and simple to use so that you can finally give it to your clients as a supplement to your professional services.

I would like to get your opinion. Look here and subscribe if it is something you like: http://www.tourcloud.co/

alphap24
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Re: TourCloud - Making virtual tour offline browsing easier

Post by alphap24 » Wed Mar 27, 2013 4:04 pm

Hi,
we have the same problem of you using Goodreader,
do you have any idea about how it works practically..? I subscribed but i have not received back any info regarding how to use it

EDevey
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Re: TourCloud - Making virtual tour offline browsing easier

Post by EDevey » Tue Apr 02, 2013 1:34 pm

This would be a great facility but I do not see how it can work. You can either connect remotely to something or you can't. The solution would be 'on device storage of dynamic content' rather than remote access. As there would be no money in it for a provider, it will have to be developed by a user with enough coding knowledge. My 14 year old son is working on it.

RRuiz
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Re: TourCloud - Making virtual tour offline browsing easier

Post by RRuiz » Sat Jun 15, 2013 2:34 pm

Subscribed and waiting to the info!!

EDevey
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Re: TourCloud - Making virtual tour offline browsing easier

Post by EDevey » Sun Feb 16, 2014 12:10 am

I finally got the Pano2VR tours to play on my Google Nexus 7 by loading the files into the on board memory card and accessing through Astro file manager and viewing in Opera browser. The only 'hack' was to go into Opera settings and enable html requests.
Edwin

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