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    Best 360 VR, Pano software and services

    I'm just wondering what some of the best software and services are for creating and publishing 360 VR panoramas that others here use or have discovered. Here's a couple free ones that I've found so far that seem decent enough. It's always good to have plenty of options though.

    http://www.marzipano.net/

    https://www.momento360.com/

    I also noticed that Kolor recently stopped developing Panotour and nolonger sells it.
    https://www.dynamicrenderings.com/

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    three.js options:







    If you want to do more than just map an environment image on the inside of a sphere, consider Blend4Web.

    https://www.blend4web.com/en/

    I export content from LW into Blender (for example: a tradeshow booth design), then export from Blender to web. This is available in paid Pro version or free Community Edition. The easiest route is just to add the <4 MB Blender add-in ( https://www.blend4web.com/en/downloads/ ) instead of installing the 1.4 GB package in the CE (community edition) download. The Blend4Web player lets the user rotate/dolly through a 3D object/set, like a Sketchfab viewer.
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    Depending on what you want to do, Glycon for LW's new virtual set capabilities might be helpful as well.
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    We have used playcanvas and Unity for ours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danner View Post
    We have used playcanvas and Unity for ours.
    We do the same.

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    I like Round.me for its simplicity.

    Example (made in LightWave + Ubercam):
    https://roundme.com/tour/10856/view/26795/

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    I've used krpano on a couple of projects on wordpress sites

    https://vpa.vic.gov.au/caulfield-virtual-tour/

    and works pretty well for our purposes.

    https://krpano.com/

    Works with the VR headsets we have and is pretty easy to implement.
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    Back in the day I used the Panosaurus mount for my tripod, but it looks like that's no longer available.

    For software, I've usedPanoweaver

    Not sure if this is what you're looking for, but for creating interactive panorama photos it works very well.
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