Wednesday, September 14, 2016

InstaVR lets you build virtual tour apps with nearly every imaginable feature


InstaVR lets you build a virtual tour app across multiple platforms, with nearly every imaginable feature:
- supports 360 photos and videos (up to 4k, unlimited duration)
- supports 2D and 3D
- can add music and voiceovers
- includes interactive hotspots
- edit your content to change the orientation
- heatmaps
- allows embedding
- can share via URL
- supports web browser, iOS, Android, Gear VR (HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and Playstation VR support TBA)
- option to have your content streamed from their network to keep the app size small
- free version available

Here is a video introducing InstaVR:


Here is a sample.

The interface is web-based, which facilitates collaboration.  Because of InstaVR's many features, the interface is a little more complicated than some other platforms but at least there's no coding required.

InstaVR is free but it will only generate a package for your Android, iOS, or Gear VR app.  If you instead want to embed your VR content on a webpage, you need the Pro version, which has other benefits such as unlimited uploads and customizable logo but at $199 per month, it's for commercial use.  Check out InstaVR here.

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