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    Brett Turner
    Brett Turner
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    Hey everyone,

    I’m Brett and have just joined the forum. I do property marketing here in Australia and after some advise on the best software to use for virtual reality tours using 360 photography. I’ve had a look around and 3D Vista seams the best to me. Does anyone already provide virtual tours to the real estate market? And if so what do they use (software & equipment)? Please.

    #9994

    Francisco Toledo
    Forum Member

    Check Matterport.com I use it in Brazil and is widely known in the US already. Let us know your impressions.

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    Sam Rohn
    IVRPA Director Member webmaster

    ptgui or kolor autopano for panorama stitching, and krpano, pano2vr, and kolor panotour for 360° virtual tours are the most common software choices of our members

    you can find a list of hardware and software recommendations and tutorials here –

    http://ivrpa.org/about-ivrpa/360-vr-photography-360-video-resources/

    sam

    Sam Rohn :: New York City
    360° Panoramic Photography :: www.samrohn.com
    Location Scout :: www.nylocations.com

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    Brett Turner
    Brett Turner
    Forum Member

    Hey Francisco,

    Thanks for that. I have seen the matterport camera and what it does, I really like it but doesn’t have the details as 360 photography has. I am looking for something I can start doing now with the outlay for the matterport camera. I will more than likely end up buy this camera lol

    Brett

    #9999
    Brett Turner
    Brett Turner
    Forum Member

    Hey Sam,

    Thank you for the information on the VR tours. Have you heard any reports on the 3D Vista Pro Software? Is it any good?

    Brett

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    Craig Godfrey
    Forum Member

    You might want to try roundme.com . You build your virtual world online, connecting each panorama using “portal icons”. You can also embed pictures, audio, video. etc. using info icons, more popularly known as hotspots. No virtual world software is needed, or need to convert it to flash or html5.

    Craig Godfrey

    Photographer and Virtual World Creator
    Victory Virtual Tours / Berks and Beyond 360 Marketing
    610-504-8285
    http://roundme.com/@vvt
    http://BerksandBeyond360.com
    victoryvirtualtours@gmail.com

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