Link to an example of creating a virtual tour using the True Virtual Tours functionality
This tour provides a specific example of using the site's functionality to orient first-year students in the university buildings.
This article describes how to replace existing spherical images already uploaded to True Virtual Tours. Finally, there is a short list of recommendations to check after the upgrade.
When you click on an information point, you can show a dialog box (four sizes are available), open a link, or show information in full screen.
New functionality of virtual tours and spherical panoramas has been added to the site: text information points, polygons, video upload to an information point, and much more.
Short instruction for shooting spherical panoramas.
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.
The order is as follows: 1) upload to the site spherical panoramas from which you plan to create a virtual tour; 2) from the list of uploaded panoramas add each panorama to the virtual tour (Add to 3D tour link); 3) open the created virtual tour, edit the panorama order, select the main panorama, set transition points (tunnels).
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A table with the cost of embedding spherical panoramas and virtual tours on third-party sites.
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