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    Reed Humphrey
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    I am trying to find a way to get increased resolution for 360 tours. I have done a lot of research and have not had a ton of luck. I am having a hard time understanding where the problem lies. Is it my VR headset? Is it the site that is hosting the tour? Is it lower res to avoid buffering? I am currently using the oculus quest and running tours in VR via roundme.com webvr. I have looked at different platforms and have also looked at different headsets, but am at a loss for how to proceed. You can see one of the tours we are running here: https://roundme.com/tour/409710/view/1429811/
    As you can tell, this is a home that my team has digitally rendered. At any rate please let me know your thoughts. Any help would be appreciated.

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    Freddy K
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    These are 3d renders and not dslr photos, Which 3d software are you using to render these ?

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    Virtuel Time
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    You can do change the resolution of your photos on photoshop

    Parce que le virtuel c'est génial, nous avons commencé depuis 2019 à proposer des visites virtuelles via VirtuelTime

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    nima vesali
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    you have just one way, and thats using good dslr camera and ptgui

    i do virtual tour in www.webdaraje.com

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    Bob Bryer
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    I feel the choice of lens may drive resolution. The longer the focal length, the greater the number of images for a pano with a given FOV. The larger stitched pano will provide greater detail at the cost of processing time and storaae size.

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