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    Nick Scott
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    Hi,

    It’s my first time getting to grips with a 360 camera. I have just bought a Samsung Gear 360 2017 camera.

    I’m looking to take numerous 360 images of the inside of a new building and to create a virtual tour.

    I have had a look online and come across a web based application called Cupix.

    Has anyone used it? Is there anything better out there? I don’t mind paying as long as it’s under £100.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Sam Rohn
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    the most commonly used 360 tour apps are pano2vr, krpano, and kolor panotour, i use all of these for different types of tours but any will do a fine job, all have free demos you can play with to figure out which one you like best before purchase

    http://krpano.com
    http://www.kolor.com/panotour/
    http://ggnome.com/pano2vr

    marzipano is a good free open source alternative for creating 360 tours
    http://www.marzipano.net (Free Open Source Software)

    you could also use a 360 tour hosting service like roundme or 360cities
    https://roundme.com
    https://360cities.net

    and more info on this page –
    http://ivrpa.org/about-ivrpa/360-vr-photography-360-video-resources/#360_Virtual_Tours

    sam

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

    #17052

    B Sep
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    I use https://GoGira360.com . Super easy, super cheap. I also like that if you’re a real estate agent, it has some light lead capture tools available.

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    Kuula
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    You can also check out Kuula. Kuula is an easy-to-use and budget friendly solution for creating 360° virtual tours, sharing them on the web and in Virtual Reality.

    Watch this short (90 sec.) video to see how easy it is to create a virtual tour with Kuula. If you have any questions, please send us an email at: contact@kuula.co, check out our tutorials, or follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram to learn more.

    We hope you’ll start creating virtual tours on Kuula soon!

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    Vasiliki Pek
    Vasiliki Pek
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    Hi! I used the platform Lapentor for my diplomatic work, 360 virual interactive tour in museum. By the end, it’s being mistaken in preview mode. The scenes are 33. What tool can I use to make it again, but not a platform, I prefere a free software or an economic one.

    Thank you!

    #18850

    April Smith
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    Hi! You can also add Virtual Tour Easy on your list. They offer a Free Virtual Tour where you can embed and share them on any platforms online with full API access and deep insights through their built-in statistics.

    I have also tried the Virtual Tour creators the others mentioned and  I can say that Virtual Tour Easy is on par with them. Definitely a must-try!

    Their website: https://virtualtoureasy.com/

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