Try new hotspots or tunnels between panoramas in a virtual 3D tour.

What's new:

  1. two panoramas have one transition to each other, then the transitions are more natural - an illusion of movement or movement is created.
  2. Added the ability to select a transition point icon from several options.
  3. Added the ability to set the icon size for the transition point from 50% to 150%.

How to add hotspots or tunnels to a virtual tour?

  1. Switch to virtual tour editing mode
  2. Drag the panorama from the bottom panel to the open panorama as shown in the screenshot

    step 1, 2

  3. Set the hotspot point location
  4. Adjust the rotation angle, size, and type of transition point icon
  5. Exit tour editing mode

    step 3-5

An example of a virtual tour with customized transition points can be found at this link.

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