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Manage all your tours & show them on/offline. Have your 3DVista virtual tours with you at all times - online or offline*. Find inspiration by browsing our highlighted tours. *Tours must be previously created with 3DVista software. (www.3dvista.com) - Use your existing 3DVista hosting or VistaZoo account to log in and synchronize your tours. - Your tours always with you, online and offline. - Play tours directly from your internal memory. You should use iTunes to include your Offline tours. - Browse and discover other users´ tours for inspiration.

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* Added German language. * Fixed issue on some devices with iOS 15 where the application crashes at startup. * Fixed issue with Webframe component and Popup PDF and Webframe actions.

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Creating 360 photo tours for Meta Quest headsets with 3DVista

360 photographic tours can be very effective within VR headsets, especially if they are augmented with media and behaviors. This tutorial shows how to create headset-ready 360 tours using 3DVista Virtual Tour Pro.

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Requirements

3DVista Virtual Tour Pro

One or more 360 photos

Online web space for uploading your work

Introduction

Using 3DVista Virtual Tour Pro (VTP for short) to build a 360 photo tour is straightforward, as is setting it up to work in Meta Quest headsets. For immersive headset viewing, add the appropriate VR button icon to the tour’s ‘skin’ – the graphics and buttons overlay that is visible in non-immersive environments – so viewers can trigger the VR browser to change to full immersive display. Then, when publishing the final deliverables ready for uploading to a web site, checking one box in the list of options will ensure the content is optimized for VR headsets.

There is more that can be done: adding video and graphic hotspots with VR-aware actions, allowing the tour to be downloaded to the headset for offline viewing, and so on. Some of these things are dependent on specific project requirements, but this tutorial will show a few tricks in addition to the basics of preparing a tour for headset delivery.

One difference with virtual tours viewed in headsets rather than on desktops is the lack of skin support. The skin is an interactive graphic overlay that is used for control buttons, branding, maps and so on, but at present this doesn’t appear in headsets; using the VR button and stepping into a fully immersive view will remove any skin elements from the experience. Because of this, enhancement plans should be based on adding hotspot elements.

Testing on a computer can be done using the software’s Preview function, but to see the tour in the Meta Quest headset it will need to be published, uploaded to a web site, and then visited in the Quest browser. Make sure you have access to FTP or equivalent file uploading options and some web-accessible online storage. Alternatively, the published tour can be copied to the headset’s internal storage and viewed using the 3DVista app; see Going Further below for details.

Steps to build a 360 VR tour

1. Import a 360 photo

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Add your 360 image or images to a new project in VTP: choose File > New Project , click Select to accept the default ‘Basic/Empty/Without Color’ skin, then click Import Panorama and choose your 360 image. Standard Panorama is the format you’ll normally use here. We’ll use just one 360 image for now.

2. Choose a VR button

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Click the Skin tab to enter the skin editor, then click the Icon Button image in the list just above the main viewer area. To find the right icon hover over each one to show its tooltip label. In the Skin Library panel that opens, pick VR from the list on the left, then choose a graphic that suits your scene. For example, if the image is very dark then avoid black graphics as your visitors will find those hard to spot. Remember too that anything here will be hidden when the viewer steps into the full immersive view.

3. Or use a custom VR button graphic

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You may prefer to use a graphic of your own for this. When you have the Skin Library panel open, click the Insert New Element button in the top-left, then browse for your custom image file. PNG is best as the format supports full transparency for custom graphic shapes. For basic efficiency keep the pixel dimensions small; no more than around 200px wide and tall and preferably closer to 100px.

4. Place the VR button

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Finally, click Select, click in the main viewer area to place the chosen button into the skin, then scale and drag it to where you want it to appear. This will show up as an overlay on top of your 360 image, fixed to that relative point in the window. It will also only be visible in browsers on devices that declare support for headset-style left/right eye views; Meta Quest headsets and regular mobile devices.

5. Add the VR actions (for custom button graphics only)

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If you use a ready-made VR button this step isn’t needed as it is already set up correctly, but if you use your own graphic you will need to tell it what to do. With it selected, click the blue ‘+’ button in the Actions pane, select Media Control, then set the final (third) popup menu to ‘VR’ and click Done. When triggered in a suitable device this will take a visitor into immersive VR mode. Because this button does nothing in regular desktop browsers, go to the Properties pane, open the Advanced Options section, and check the ‘Show only if VR device available’ option.

6. Generate the virtual tour

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Click the Publish button in the bottom-right of the VTP window. In the Publish window, make sure the large Web/Mobile tile has a green checkmark and the Optimize for Meta Quest 2 & Pico Neo 3 option is also checked. (This is also suitable for Quest Pro and other modern VR headsets.) If you want to allow visitors to download the tour to their headset’s browser for offline viewing, check the Display Download Message for Offline Playing option as well. Set a destination directory then click Publish.

7. Test your work

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You can test most things using the software’s built-in Preview feature, but testing the VR button behavior must be done on a headset or a regular mobile device otherwise the button won’t be visible. Upload everything that you just published to a folder in a web site, make a note of the address, then put on your Meta Quest headset and visit your tour in the Quest browser. Triggering the VR button will take you from the normal rectangular browser window to a fully immersed view of your 360 scene.

Going further: Adding navigation hotspots

When there is more than one scene in a virtual tour, viewers will need a way to move from one to the next. There is more than one way to achieve this; the VR Menu is a one-click solution but it gives the viewer no sense of location as they move through the different scenes. Navigation hotspots take a little more time to add but the result is much more effective.

1. Option 1: use the VR Menu

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The simplest method is to enable the VR Menu feature; in VTP, select the Project tab, go to the VR Settings panel, and check the Show VR Menu box. This will show a translucent ‘Media’ box that lists the available scenes by name when triggered. It’s quick and easy but it’s not particularly elegant, especially if the scene names aren’t very explanatory.

2. Option 2: add a navigation hotspot

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To add navigation graphics to specific places within the scene so viewers know where they are heading, select the Panoramas tab and then the Hotspots tab below this. While viewing one of the panoramas, drag another one from the list into the place where the navigation graphic should be placed. Leave the ‘Create Return Hotspot’ option checked, click the grid, then pick a graphic to use for the navigation.

3. Then set a return hotspot

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This will automatically add a hotspot to the destination scene as well. In the Create Return Hotspot panel that opens, drag the blue dot to where this should be in the scene. Now when a visitor sees the virtual tour they will be able to use the navigation graphics to move between scenes and build up a sense of where they are and where they are going in the virtual space.

Going further: storing the tour on a headset

Viewing the tour must be done using the headset’s browser. While it is possible to download and cache the tour (as mentioned in step 6, above) it can be more useful to copy the entire tour to the headset’s internal storage and access it from there. This requires the 3DVista app, available as an App Lab download from the Quest store. Make a folder called “3dvista” at the top level of the headset’s storage and copy the entire tour, inside its folder, into here. It will then appear within the 3DVista app, and it won’t need the VR button to be experienced as a fully immersive production.

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3DVista Beginner Tutorial: 15 minutes to create a Matterport-style virtual tour

How would you like to create a virtual tour with Matterport-like 3D transitions with no monthly fees?  In this tutorial, you can learn to use 3DVista in just 15 minutes.  You’ll learn its top 5 features and how to create a virtual tour with Matterport-style zooming effect as well as how to add videos to animate your virtual tours.

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Background:

3DVista is a desktop virtual tour software with many impressive features, including a Matterport-like 3D transition, 360 videos with hotspots, and live video calls for real estate agents, with more features being added all the time.  The problem is that it’s quite expensive at 499 Euros (one of the most expensive virtual tour software).  In addition, it looks complicated.

However, in this video, we’ll demistify 3D Vista.  You’ll learn its top 5 features, and learn the basics of creating a virtual tour with 3DVista in just 15 minutes.  And while it is pricey, there are also a couple of special offers: one from Nick Powell and another one that will be available soon for Virtual Tour Edge members .

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How to add and view your 360 virtual tour in Oculus Quest

Unarguably VR headsets give viewers a more incredible and immersive experience that flat screens can’t compare. Many clients were always asking us how they could add and present their 360 virtual tours/ projects using Oculus Quest without a hitch.

With the introduction of the new 3DVista VR App for Oculus, there is nothing easier. The app is free to download form the Oculus Store. We no longer need to copy and paste tour links and view them through the browser, or download them from the online version. Instead, we can copy and play the tours directly in the device.

Just follow the 3 simple steps outlined below, you will be able to add and view your 360 virtual tour in Oculus Quest/ Quest 2:

Step 1: Publish your tour with the ‘For Web/ Mobile’ option

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The first thing you have to do is to access and publish your tour in 3DVista VT Pro. Go to the ‘Publish’ section, click on the ‘For Web/ Mobile’ option. Then check the ‘Vive, Oculus and Gear VR’ box under the publishing settings. This selection will optimize the files for playback on VR devices. And optionally check the ‘Optimize Images’ box. This will help reduce the output file size. After everything is set, select a folder on your hard drive to which you want to save the tour and click ‘Publish’.

Important: Make sure you publish your tours with the most update version of 3DVista.

Step 2: Connect the Oculus device to your computer, create a new folder called ‘3dvista’ and copy the tour folder(s) into it.

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Switch on your Oculus device and connect it to your PC. This will pop up a menu on the Oculus screen prompting you to give your PC access to the device.

Go to the root folder of the Oculus drive and create a new folder with the name ‘3dvista’. It is where you will copy the previously published tour folder(s) into so that you can later view them with the 3DVista app.

Step 3: Install the 3DVista VR app into your Oculus

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Access the Oculus App Store, search for the app ‘3DVista VR’ and install it. Initially, the app is not shown like some other apps in the top section. Instead, you will have to go to the underneath ‘App Lab’ section and click on the ‘view app’ button. This will make it appear in the list. If, however, this section does not appear, you need to check the device software version of your Oculus and make sure it is up-to-date.

To install the app, select 3DVista VR from the list and click the ‘+’ button to start the process. Once the download is finished, the ‘start’ button will appear. Click on the ‘start’ button to launch the app. Now the app will ask for permissions to access the contents of the device, hit ‘allow’ to continue.

All tours copied will be shown and accessible inside the app.

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And that’s it. After the initial loading screen, the app will show you the list of all the tours that you have copied into the device. And by clicking on any one of them you can view them directly in VR mode.This is how you can add and watch virtual tours in Oculus Quest/ Quest 2. Enjoy!

If you are using O4B your administrator can download the app through this link: https://download.3dvista.com/vrapp/vrapp-3dvista-oculus.apk

Unfortunately, this will not work natively on Oculus Go as this device does not support Oculus Apps Lab.

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Welcome to the 3DVista Family

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Get your credentials

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If you forgot your password you can reset it here

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DOWNLOAD VT PRO

If you haven’t already done so for your trial, download and install the program. If you already used the trial version, continue using that same program.

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REGISTRATION

Upon opening the program, you’ll see a registration window pop up. Insert your username and your password here. That’s it. From now on you can use the software freely.

Important info for macOS users

Due to some security changes in OSX 10.9.5 and 10.10 some users have reported that they get an error when launching 3DVista software with the text "Can't be opened because the identity of the developer cannot be confirmed".

To solve this problem first please go to System Preferences and then click on Security & Privacy.

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After that you will want to click on the lock in the bottom left corner, and then make sure Allow apps downloaded from: Mac App Store and identified developers. In some cases you will see the option to open anyway during this step.

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After that please go to the Applications folder and right-click on the 3DVista .app file, and select Open from that list. You will see the same message, but will have an "Open" button to allow it to launch.

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To get you up to a quick start, we are giving you a free 3-month trial of our integrated Hosting service with your license purchase. Use the same username and password as for your license to log into the integrated hosting and enjoy the perks. If you liked it, check out our attractive yearly plans. If you didn’t, simply use your own or your favourite third-party hosting service - no hard feelings.

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Make sure to follow us on our corporate facebook page for the chance to get your hands on skins and other little goodies from time to time. And, we also have a very active and helpful user group where the community exchanges knowledge and helps each other.

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Lots and lots of talented 3DVista users come on here to offer and sell their 3DVista creations. You can find anything from individual buttons, entire skins, music, panoramas, entire tours and more.

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