01/25 2021

How to draw a polygon on a 360-degree panorama?

How to draw a polygon on a spherical panorama? Step-by-step instruction.

Roman Grinev

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So, to add a polygon to the panorama you need.

  1. Add an information point to the panorama.
  2. Select the type of information point - polygon.
  3. Press the draw polygon button.
  4. Click on the panorama in the places where the vertices of the polygon will be.
  5. Press the "Spacebar on the keyboard" key to finish drawing the polygon.
  6. Configure other information point parameters such as title, text, link, video, image, line color, fill color, line thickness, transparency, etc. if it is needed.
  7. Click the "Save" button to save the changes.

That's all - the polygon on a separate panorama or on a panorama as part of a virtual tour is ready.

In the same way, you can add polygons to the map.

Watch also a video clip with an example of how to add polygons to a panorama.

If you still have questions about how to add polygons to a panorama, write to me through messages or leave comments. Thanks for reading!


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