Amazing app for showing 3D spherical architectural renderings. Only issue for me is that it should accept slightly higher resolution spheres like some other apps do, and I tend to get a bit of drift. However still the best app I've found out there so 5 stars.
I cant manage to open any of my own files on my galaxy s6. The downloads work, but i cant find them on my device storage. I created pairs of square 3000px images named 'PANO_l.jpg' and 'PANO_r.jpg' in the same directory. Nothing shows up. I also tried non stereo with 6000x3000px and still nothing shows up. I tried adding xmp metadata myself but also not recognised. Could you please provide more detailed instructions how to use the 'load photospheres' feature? Maybe a tutorial if you have some spare time? It doesn't help that the file navigator only shows folders, not files. Thank you
For some reason the app only works for a few of the images I took. It says it will accept any jpg where the width is twice the height in the tutorial, but I tried resizing the problem images such that this was true and they still didn't show up when I clicked load photospheres and went to the folder they were placed in.
Does a pretty good job. I was looking for a way to view photos I took with my LG 360 camera with Google cardboard. This fills the bill nicely.
This is the best app till date, which is convenient as well as quick in whatever it claims I would like to know if we can attach audio or text at gaze pointer in the 360 image
Vastly better experience than viewing through the 'Cardboard' app. My own photospheres look much better now! . All round a well thought out app and I recommend people to try it.
1) New Gallery Option The Portal
2) Improved Support for Cardboard Camera Files
3) Fixed bug on some phones which stops stereoscopic photospheres displaying
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