A virtual tour is a set of 360° photos that are interlinked within a HoloBuilder project. This makes it possible to virtually discover a place by “walking” from one photosphere to the other.
Get a quick overview of which steps you have to take to easily create a 360° tour with HoloBuilder.
Capture & upload 360° images
Link your 360° images
Edit your tour
Share your HoloBuilder project
Create your own virtual tour
1 Capture & upload 360° images
A crucial prerequisite for your virtual tour is a set of 360° photos of the place you want to make virtually accessible.
For that, all you need is a suitable 360° camera and HoloBuilder. There are plenty of 360° cameras available. Please consult the list of cameras that are compatible with HoloBuilder, we recommend the Ricoh Theta V.
Now, there are two options for capturing your 360° images:
without the JobWalk App: capture images directly with your 360° camera and later upload them manually on your computer - learn more
We also offer a feature for adding 2D photos directly to your sheetmap without having to integrate it in a 360° image. Find out more in this article.
2 Link your 360° images
To interlink your uploaded 360° images, either drag and drop a scene from the project panel into the current scene or add the corresponding action object from the object menu. For a more customized solution, you can also add your personal object designs.
We recommend adding links to all relevant scenes in order to provide a smooth experience. This article will give you a more detailed tutorial on how to link your 360° images.
3 Edit your tour
Apart from linking your scenes to an interactive tour, HoloBuilder also offers other options for enhancing your projects interactively, such as sheets and Time Travel.
Below, we listed several tutorials that help you edit your tour in the Web Editor:
4 Share your HoloBuilder project
To share your project, simply click on the share icon at the top of the editor.
Use either the share URL to distribute the tour via your various social media channels or the embed code to seamlessly integrate your virtual tour as an iframe within your website and any other HTML-based platform.
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