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A 360 virtual tour can be an excellent tool to promote a cafe. With a virtual tour, people can visualize the theme of the cafe and its atmosphere. Alternatively, they can take a look at other parts of the building, including the interior. The possibilities for 360-degree tours are limitless, and they can be used to promote a business. Here are some examples:


Using OptiView 360 allows you to create a high-quality virtual tour. The 360-degree image is displayed as the first image in the tour, but you can change it later if you want. You can also enter alternative text into the Alternate text box on the Details page of the 360deg image. The following example will show you how to create a 360-degree virtual tour. There are two ways to create a 360-degree image: using a single lens camera on a rig and creating a ring formation. Alternately, you can also use two cameras to create a full 360-degree image.


Creating a WeboBook 360 virtual tour is easy, and you can start creating yours in five minutes or less! With the Google Maps plugin, you can add interactive hotspots, add images, and even embed the virtual tour directly in your website! Here's how. Read on for more information! The pros and cons of WeboBook 360 virtual tours. The benefits: The app is easy to use, but the downsides include some basic interaction issues. While WeboBook 360 virtual tours may be more convenient than the real thing, they don't go far enough.


PTGui is the most popular stitching software for 360 photographers, but its interface is quite complicated and intimidating. If you are planning to use a 360 camera, I would recommend you consider Virtual Tour Edge 2.0 or HQ Method, which are both more user-friendly and cheaper than PTGui. Both programs include a free version of the HQ Method. This review will discuss the pros and cons of each software.

OptiView 360

When creating an OptiView 360 virtual tour, you will need to upload one or more images. These images will make up the 360deg tour. You will then be able to use your 360deg image in the web part. You can also annotate the tour with text, images, videos, audio, and files. You can also place one or more cameras on the rig to create a circle. You can then place these images anywhere on the structure.

Ricoh Theta Z1

RICOH THETA allows you to create a 360-degree virtual tour of your property, whether you're using your PC or smartphone. You can add images, add a video, and enter the details of your property. After you've captured the virtual tour, you can share it with others via e-mail, embed it on a website, and capture visitor information with the form function.

Xiaomi Mi Sphere

If you're looking for a good value 360 camera, look no further than the Xiaomi Mijia Mi Sphere. This camera is a duel lens 360 cam that can shoot 3K, crisp video. Unlike other 360 cams, the Mi Sphere's dual lenses allow you to capture more scenes, even while shooting in low-light. Xiaomi is a Chinese tech giant and the Mi Sphere has all the bells and whistles you need to produce high-quality videos.



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