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    Les McCarter
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    Holobuilder is a 360 Realty Capture and Display tool that creates virtual tours.

    I had a prospective project come to an end but bought a “four-year” license of Holobuilder that I can now transfer.

    This is the legacy “Real Estate” Plan which includes unlimited projects until July 2022. It is no longer available and new pricing is in the $10,000+ a year range (their new business model is big time construction companies).

    I willing to assign my license for the remaining four years to someone for $2,000 which translates into around $40 a month.

    To see an example of the tool in action, look at:

    1) http://tour-ou.com
    2) https://app.holobuilder.com/app/?p=5467649771307008&s=15000700433095&o=272

    You can test drive the tool for free at: https://www.holobuilder.com/

    I’ve put a lot of effort into this tool and feel like I’ve mastered it. So I’d throw in two-hours of online tutoring to get you up to speed quickly.

    For $2,000, all you need to add in is a Ricoh Theta 360 camera and a free standing monopad to get in the VR business for under $2,500 for the next four years with NO additional costs.

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    kevin okeefe
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    Hi did you ever sell your software?
    I do not know much about it, but I might need some software to create VR from stitched photos. I assume it does this?

    Please let me know if it is still available. I might have some interest

    Thanks
    Kevin
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    Les McCarter
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    Kevin, this tool turns 360-degree photos into a “walk through” virtual world. To combine photos into a 360-panorama, you would use different software (PTGUI is a great piece of software). I have been using a 360-degree camera (Ricoh Theta) to capture and then drop into Holobuilder.

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