Save Google Photosphere

Back in 2012 Android phones offered the capability to shoot “photo spheres,” Google’s proprietary term for 360 interactive panoramic photos. This technology wasn’t actually anything new; Apple had already accomplished this feat with the release of QuickTime VR in 1994. But what was cool about photo spheres and what made them unique to Android devices… Read More

Amazon-s3-panorama-hosting

Using Amazon Web Services S3 to Host 360° Virtual Reality Panoramas & 360° Video Amazon Web Services S3 is an excellent solution for hosting 360° VR Panoramas, S3 is very inexpensive, easy to set up and manage, and allows easy embeds of your panoramas on other domains and websites using iframes, PanoPress, etc AWS S3… Read More

Facebook-and-Twitter-pano-embed-tutorial-featured-image

Embedding panoramas in Facebook and Twitter timelines Embedding an interactive panorama in your Facebook and Twitter social media timeline is possible, although there are a few ‘gotchas’ and caveats to deal with. First, you have to make your panoramas available online yourself; you can’t just add them from your computer to Facebook the way you… Read More