We encourage everyone who has something to share in the field of 360-degree spherical panoramas and virtual tours to publish articles that could be useful to other community members. As an encouragement, we offer to replenish your balance with coins for using the website’s capabilities, such as placing spherical panoramas and virtual tours and others.
We credit the following number of coins to your account in the following cases:
In addition, at this moment, we also encourage the creation of virtual tours and also share them. We credit +1 coin each time a virtual tour gains the following number of views:
In order for the article to gain views and people find it through search networks, share the article or tour on your page in social networks, in your blog, etc. Please note that if an article is written poorly and has not scored at least 10 views in a reasonable time, then such an article can be removed from the site.
Write articles for the site, such as an overview of the equipment or programs for shooting spherical panoramas that you used, tips on how to shoot better panoramas.
Do you have any ideas for articles? Share them in the comments.
There are several ways to increase the balance of coins in your account. Answer questions about the quality of 360° panoramas. Post links to your virtual tours or post articles.
Creating virtual tours is now easier than ever. Just add tags to your panoramas and you can immediately watch virtual tours by combining tags and immediately getting a ready virtual tour. Share virtual tours composed of any set of panoramas, both yours and other users.
You can easily create presentation videos from your spherical panoramas uploaded to the TrueVirtualTours website. See some examples of how they can look and how to create them.
Despite the fact that we charge a small fee for placing spherical panoramas, virtual tours and using the capabilities of the site, you can still post spherical panoramas on the site for free. Three easy steps to post panoramas for free.
Try new hotspots or tunnels between panoramas in a virtual 3D tour.
Some users to whom I sent links to view panoramic photos could not at first figure out how to properly rotate the panorama around me, or at first did not realize that the wheel could zoom in or out the scene. For such cases, the True Virtual Tours website has a Video Editor feature. In case of its application, before the user who opened the panorama by the link, the script of the "flyby" invented by you immediately starts. That is, the camera rotates or focuses as you yourself previously configured. Thus, you helped our customer to quickly examine the space around "himself" in a panoramic picture and at the same time encouraged him to think that he could perform the same actions with the help of the mouse buttons or the wheel.