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December 27, 2016 at 2:52 pm #11466
I see that if you do virtual tours for companies that there is no problem to add them in Google street view and companies web site. But what about for real estate virtual tours? I want to add them to the company web site and few other web sites that real estate agents are using to sell on. Is this possible?
Thank you, best regardsDecember 28, 2016 at 12:14 am #11467
Sam RohnForum Member
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that would depend entirely on whatever RE site you were talking about, ultimately they would need to support content embedded in iframes, or otherwise have their own built in pano support
samDecember 28, 2016 at 6:43 am #11468
thank you very much Sam,
im new at this, im making this for mine final school project. Are fisheye lenses a must to be or its good to have it? I will use Canon EOS 1200D + 18-55 IS II if it would be possible. I have to take more photos with this 18-55 IS II if i understand correcttly. But my budget is low for now.December 28, 2016 at 9:48 am #11469
I mean if its better to sell 18-55 IS II and buy one for cheap like around 200-300? thank youJanuary 9, 2017 at 10:17 am #11576
saul burgosForum Member
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All online virtual tour system that I have seen use iframe to insert tour in any site. I guess that is the option that you need, just choose one and use the iframe code like Sam told you
Create virtual tours for free in minutes without programming skills with Paneek. Fronted Web developer and Founder of paneek. email@example.comFebruary 27, 2017 at 5:25 am #12267
Bartosz KrawczykForum Member
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Some servers are dedicated only to word press code and It will not work with virtual tour.March 11, 2017 at 9:35 pm #12495
Ron BurgundyForum Member
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My partner and I have developed a new software for creating virtual tours from a collection of 360 degree software. We are offering to process and help you render your tours for free as we test the robustness of our software. This is a limited time offer and will be sure to keep you ahead of your competition. We are superior to Matterport because you can use your own 360 degree camera. No additional equipment required. Contact me if you are interested. Here is my site and email.
Thank you!December 19, 2019 at 9:07 pm #23593
Virtuel TimeForum Member
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i remember seeing an interesting wordpress plugin for hosting your tours.
Parce que le virtuel c'est génial, nous avons commencé depuis 2019 à proposer des visites virtuelles via VirtuelTimeDecember 21, 2019 at 10:31 pm #23597
Ettore BartoccettiForum Member
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https://app.cloudpano.com/tours/v1uW7hepHi everybody. I’m from Italy. I used a ready made 360 tour example given from CloudPano staff in order to test features that can be interesting. So i added the following infospots all around the house where is possible to:
Now i’m looking:
- receive money by paypal
- buy products by amazon or other ecommerce site
- watch a webcam in realtime
- watch a youtube video
- watch a vimeo video
- read a PDF document loaded on google drive
- read a google document loaded on google drive (document can be changed dinamically without any change on tour published, usefull to promote special offers…
- listen a radio via tunein streaming
- how to watch a video TV live….
- how to control domotic services status (temperature, light, alarms….)
Ettore BartoccettiApril 11, 2020 at 10:37 am #24028
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Is there anyone here knows some 360 Tour application that has the ability to video chat (multiple) during the tour just like the gaming ideas and also the ability to add some comment and remarks during the tour.
If it seems impossible, can I ask for an expert advice to which developer do we need to make this idea possible? A software engineer? Is there someone here we can ask for assistance with regards to our application development? Thank you so much.
JennyVvAugust 3, 2020 at 10:27 pm #24735
Real Tour VisionForum Member
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We’ve been creating property sites using RTV over at BlueLaVaMedia. You can see some examples on our website. If you like what you see, check out RTV’s Fusion system. It will let you do virtual tours, walkthrough 360 tours, and of course property sites. As far as a lens goes Thomas, I would recommend that you use a sigma 8 for your high end 360 panoramas and if you get into real estate the Theta Z1 is nice because you can use that in any tour system you choose (most anyway) and it will also work with the Zillow home tour program. Here’s one we did with the Z1 and the Zillow embedded – https://tours.bluelavamedia.com/s/8918-Wintergreen-Av-Traverse-City-MI-49685 Click on the virtual tour, then 3D Home. The only trouble I see Thomas is 360 cameras are really hard to come by. My advice is to place your order and hang in there.
RTV Virtual Tour SoftwareOctober 20, 2021 at 11:00 am #27191
Leon WilliamForum Member
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