Pano2VR is a powerful virtual tour software that converts your panoramic or 360° photos and videos into interactive experiences.
Whether you’re working on a single gigapixel panorama or a virtual tour with thousands of scenes, Pano2VR can help you create an immersive experience for any modern browser. Finished projects can be seamlessly integrated with existing websites and viewed on desktops and mobile or VR devices.
Build a Virtual Tour
From homes and real estate to museums and landmarks, virtual tours allow users to explore real places from around the world. In Pano2VR, link panoramic photo scenes, or nodes, using your choice of transitions and let the user navigate from scene to scene with just a click or tap. Provide greater location context to the scene by using our built-in Tour Map or by easily integrating floor plans or Google Maps.
Improve Your Images
Remove tripods and other image imperfections using Pano2VR’s Patch mode. With this invaluable tool, you can extract a defined patch area from the panorama without distortion, making it easier to retouch. Define the patch in the Viewer, extract it, edit it in your favorite editor, and once it’s saved, the modified patch will be automatically applied non-destructively to the panorama.
Enhance the Experience
Add interactive elements like informational popups, photo hotspots, directional sound, and video to your panoramas. Use the included user interface overlays, called skins, or dive into the powerful Skin Editor to design custom buttons and controllers in your own unique interface design – all of which can be made responsive so that the design fits any screen.
Reveal the Highlights
Highlight significant scenes in your tours by creating animation paths that automatically navigate through each tour node. At any time, the viewer can choose to pause the animation to interact and explore further. You can even export this walk-through as a video file.
Pano2VR supports gigapixel images so viewers can zoom deep in to the image to see amazing details. Load in the largest panorama you can find! Pano2VR can not only handle it but processing the panoramas is fast and the output is pixel perfect.
Show Your Work
Export panoramas in HTML5 format and upload to your web server. We even offer a handy plugin that lets you post your finished projects directly to your WordPress site.
Want to share your work in virtual reality? The program supports WebVR, which allows you to create a fully immersive VR experience directly from a web page. Alternatively, use the VRTourviewer app integration for offline VR tours.
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Build nested menus using multiple categories. Add this menu to a project using the Thumbnail Menu with Categories component and customize it to your needs or build it from scratch. Learn to do both.
Images courtesy Panedia.
Zoom in to Jeffrey Martin’s 400-gigapixel panorama of Prague! This 360º image is 900,000 pixels wide. It took about 10 hours to remap on a laptop using Pano2VR, resulting in a total of 1,569,650 tiles.
This virtual tour example uses computer-generated home models and features the built-in skin, “Feather Orb”. The Feather Orb skin features a sliding thumbnail menu, animated circular node hotspots with preview, and translation support. Check out all the built-in skins.
Add some movement to your panorama by embedding video into still panoramas. This examples shows video pinned and aligned within the panorama. Find the tutorial here.
Panorama courtesy Present Photography.
Pano2VR tour example that uses the Material Dart skin and showcases a multilingual menu, directional sound, PDF popup, and VR skins.
Here is an interactive 360º video demo reel with changing projections that were created in the Animation Editor. See a rendered output on YouTube.
Video courtesy Panedia.
A gigapixel image with changing projections created in the Animation Editor and used as auto-rotation in the HTML5 Output. Check out the animation output over on YouTube.
Panorama courtesy Matthias Taugwalder.
This example shows stereo panoramas in WebVR. Learn how to work with stereo images in Pano2VR.
Panoramas courtesy Thomas Sharpless and Leonstudio VFX.
Pano2VR supports non-spherical gigapixel images. This example of the Tower Bridge in London is a flat, interactive, gigapixel panorama.
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|TIFF, PNG, PSD/PSB, JPEG, OpenEXR, Radiance HDR support||yes|
|8bit, 16bit and HDR image support||yes|
|Gigapixel (flat and spherical) and Multiresolution||yes|
|Directional and background sound||yes|
|Target direction selector for tours||yes|
|Hotspot marker hints||yes|
|Image and Audio transitions||yes|
|Components Toolbox (Built-in & user definable)||yes|
|Point and Polygon Hotspots||yes|
|HTML5 export (iPhone, iPad, modern web browser)||yes|
|Animation and Video Export||yes|
|Google Cardboard support||yes|
|Google Street View – Single image upload||yes|
|Google Street View – Tour upload||yes|
|Transformation output (Little Planet, Rectilinear, etc.)||yes|
|Video, Images, Sounds and Lens Flares||yes|
|Package Format for CMS||yes|
|Unbranded output files||yes|
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