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  • in reply to: Best 360 Photography into Virtual Tour for Real Estate #18216

    Xavier Rodriguez
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    Hi, I do, and I think that http://www.theasys.io is better that 3d vista, see my post when I compare other websites.

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    Xavier Rodriguez
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    I have been used a lot of web site to build virtual tours, like:

    RoundMe, Kuula, youvisit.com, easypano and theasys.io

    RoundMe have a cool thing, that you can pay a pro embed one time and you have the tour for life, but has no variety in hotspots.

    Kuula as RoundMe in their pro accounts option, has cool stuff but those are gone the moment you don’t pay the pro account.

    easypano and youvisit.com has no cool hotspot and has no transitions, but its free.

    But the coolest and the best website I have ever seen, its theasys.io and Its free, it has so many things, so many options that I don’t even know how to used yet, always there is something new you can try, I can put my loco as a nadir so quickly and with one clic put it to all panoramas, also add an spin option and link it to my website, the transitions are cool and the hotspot too, you just have to try it. There is a help button so you can look for anything you need a little help.

    Let me say something about Matterport, it is the most expensive cool thing but it not worthy. why? I will tell you why. the cost of production. You have to buy a 3,000 dollar scanner (because is not a camera), then a 150 dollar tripod, then an ipad pro (because if you don’t have it you can’t use matterport), then you have to pay monthly at least 40 dollars, for 100 models (each model of 200 spaces, that is not a lot by the way), then, for each model you have to pay 29 dollars or 19 dollar all depend which scanner you bought, if you have a job for more that a 200 spaces, matterport does not take responsibility if the 3d model is not fine.

    Saying that, and making focus group of normal people, not photography masters, they are very cool with shoots took it with ricoh theta V and the virtual tour made it on theasys.io, they love it.

    So, you don’t need an expensive camera to achieve your goal, you only have to learn how people can see your work.

    Sorry photographers, but your cameras for virtual tour are not necessaries, are pretty cool, but not necessary. (hey, it just my opinion)

    thanks for sharing.

    Econ. Xavier Rodriguez

    http://www.viviendas360.com

    in reply to: Best 360 Photography into Virtual Tour for Real Estate #14430

    Xavier Rodriguez
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    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.com

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