Google Chrome VR: users can browse now the entire internet in virtual reality Google Chrome now lets you browse the web in virtual reality. The functionality exists for any website you visit through the browser, but only if you’re using your mobile phone. The new feature has been expected for some time, though it’s likely … Continue reading Interesting articles about VR – week #40
Install an FTP client on your computer. Go to your 360Cities settings > FTP tab and copy and paste the FTP host name, user, and password on your FTP client. Select the videos (it also works with panoramas) from your computer and let it work. Your videos (MP4/MOV/M4V) will be uploaded and processed, then you’ll … Continue reading FTP Uploads For Your 360° Videos
The Panorama Replacement Feature allows you to easily upload a new version of your panoramas without any graphics or attribution. Why should I upload panoramas with no graphics or attribution? Panoramas with added graphics are much LESS likely to be licensed by our customers. By uploading panoramas WITHOUT any added graphics you can increase … Continue reading Panorama Replacement Feature: remove graphics and attribution
Thomas K Sharpless is well known in the panoramic world as one of the true pioneers of panoramic and VR photography. Thomas has an extensive background in computer programming and he has contributed a number of techniques and ideas to the panoramic photography community, most notably the “Panini” projection. Thomas has been a stereoscopic panoramas … Continue reading A Stereoscopic Evangelist: An Interview With Thomas K Sharpless
At the recent IVRPA conference in Quebec, we announced that we will soon begin accepting 360º video. Our goal is to create a high quality, curated collection of 360º videos that will be of interest to both our licensing customers and to those of our distribution partner, Getty Images. Now you can upload your best 360º videos to 360Cities We have now launched 360 video pages … Continue reading 360º Video soft launch – start uploading your videos now
Install the new 360Cities Extension to your Chrome browser, just click here. You will be able to enjoy an interactive panorama on each tab you open in your browser. You’ll also be able to search on Google or 360cities.net. It looks amazing, doesn’t it? … Continue reading Get an awesome interactive panorama when opening a new tab in your Chrome browser
The PRO Panorama Page url feature allows you to share your panoramas without arrows pointing to nearby panoramas or other photographers’ panoramas and without thumbnails and ads. Just go to your unpublished or published panoramas and click on Edit > Other tab. There you’ll find the PRO Panorama Page url, copy it and share it. … Continue reading New PRO Panorama Page!