August 4, 2016 at 8:59 pm #9979
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.August 9, 2016 at 12:21 am #9994
Francisco ToledoForum Member
Check Matterport.com I use it in Brazil and is widely known in the US already. Let us know your impressions.August 9, 2016 at 1:22 am #9995
Sam RohnIVRPA 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 –
samAugust 10, 2016 at 6:12 pm #9998
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
BrettAugust 10, 2016 at 6:14 pm #9999
Thank you for the information on the VR tours. Have you heard any reports on the 3D Vista Pro Software? Is it any good?
BrettOctober 23, 2016 at 10:19 pm #10981
Craig GodfreyForum 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 GodfreyDecember 28, 2016 at 1:16 pm #11470
Frank CornfieldIVRPA Professional Member
Is roundme.com really a solution for professional use?December 30, 2016 at 8:53 pm #11484
zaer360BRIVRPA Professional Member
Dear Brett, for me, the best set of equipment and software, is the one that meets our need to execute our projects. I live in Joinville, South of Brazil, and work in the real estate market, recording Tours 360 of properties for sale. My tools are relatively simple compared to more sophisticated ones, but I repeat, it perfectly suits my purposes.
Equipments available in https://www.bhphotovideo.com/
* Body SONY a6000 = ILCE6000/B;
* Lens SAMYANG 7.5mm = SY75MFT-B;
* Replaces Lens E-Mount = FDX-TOUGH-EMOUNT-LT;
* WI-FI VELLO Remote Shutter = RWII-S2;
Equipments available in http://shop.nodalninja.com/
Equipament available in Aliexpress https://goo.gl/ZEJoEq
* Tripod QINGZHUANGSHIDAI = Q1000C;
For Aerial PANOS:
* Drone DJI PHANTOM 4 with APP LITCHI;
* Adobe LightRoom;
* PTGui PRO;
* Adobe Photoshop;
* PanoTour PRO.
See some of my works in: http://zaer360.com.br/
This is my first post here in the forum, I apologize to the experts if I was very detailed.
Happy New Year to all with their families,
and that 2017 is a lot of PEACE and a lot of WORK for all of us.March 8, 2017 at 11:15 pm #12472
Ron BurgundyForum Member
For those looking for an alternative to Matterport, I have developed a software that allows you to create Matterport-like tours without a specialized camera. All you need is a 360 degree camera like the Samsung Gear 360. We can even do it with some DSLR cameras, but it requires a little more skill from the photographer. We are looking for early users and can offer it for free if you can submit high quality captures that we can learn from.April 25, 2017 at 6:17 pm #13053
zaer360BRIVRPA Professional Member
Our work has won a new home. I invite everyone to visit them. http://zaer360.com.br/
I am coming to the public to thank Mario Carvajal of Colombia for his professionalism, offering free tutorials to create 360 panoramas on his youtube channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuO1xux3iL813LIUPNenppQ .
Thank you so much for everything.
Jose Carlos, from JOINVILLE, SC – South BrazilJune 2, 2017 at 7:33 am #13994
This might help – EYESPY360 specialise in Real Estate Virtual Tours and have recently launched their Freemium model, so you can create free and unlimited tours with your 360-degree images really quickly and easily. Then once you publish your tour you get an iFrame Embed code and a URL so you can post your tour to your website or share the URL on social media and other websites.
Give it a go! http://www.eyespy360.comJune 14, 2017 at 5:25 am #14112
The TwittForum Member
Check Matterport.com I use it in Brazil and is widely known in the US already. Let us know your impressions.
Hi you can check thetwitt.com i used it in US
A Virtual Reality News Portal
http://www.thetwitt.comAugust 12, 2017 at 6:47 pm #14430
Xavier RodriguezForum Member
Hi, I am new, I am From Ecuador, I’m trying to do virtual tours for Real State companies, is really hard because the people here try not to invest almost nothing and sell a lot, so the real state companies don’t want to invest in virtual tours.
How much does a virtual tour cost? made it with a ricoh theta S camera and then uploaded to http://www.youvisit.com, how can you monetize your work?
Thank you very much for your tips.
pd: my website is http://www.viviendas360.comAugust 14, 2017 at 4:23 am #14434
EYESPY360 http://www.eyespy360.com have a Freemium option which will allow you to create free and unlimited tours for your clients.
However, if these Real Estate companies want to white label their tours with their own branding, we have Pro Plans which start at $34.99 a month for 10 published tours.
Please feel free to get in touch for more details.
Call us for free on 0800 999 5360 or email me at email@example.comJanuary 12, 2018 at 2:59 am #15354
Shawn ChoiForum Member
You can try Cupix to create virtual tours. If you already have a 360 camera, that’s all you need to create true-to-life, very immersive virtual walkthrough to show around your properties.
It’s still open beta and feel free to try it for yourself.
Whatever created during the beta service will remain yours even after our commercial launch.
If you need more details, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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