TOPIC: Create your own #VR APP experience with @InstaVR
Create your own #VR APP experience with @InstaVR
7 months 3 weeks ago #1
Edit & publish 360 media using our web-based InstaVR solution / Easily create VR experiences for mobile apps, the web, GearVR, Google Cardboard, and more...
Stereoscopic 3D Rich 3D experience.
- Stereoscopic panoramic images and movies are supported.
- Audience can have true 3D experience.
- Please upload 360 top-bottom image and turn "360 3d" on.
Why choose InstaVR? VR content distribution can be very complicated
It's often difficult to find a VR app developer. VR app development is still new to developers, so your idea might not be properly implemented.
InstaVR can solve this. You don't need to find a developer. With InstaVR, you can create an app with just a few clicks.
Time and Cost
Creating a development from scratch is time and cost consuming.
InstaVR can solve this. With InstaVR, you are provided with a time estimate and fixed cost pricing.
Too many platforms
There are an increasing number of VR platforms, such as Oculus Rift, Gear VR, Google Cardboard, etc.
If you want to develop a different app for each VR platform, your development costs will increase dramatically.
InstaVR can solve this. With InstaVR, you can publish to every VR platform with just one click.
@instaVR 3D Stereoscopic Depth Adjustment (Fix Blurred Marker Issue)
4 months 1 week ago #2
What is this
If the VR content is 3D stereoscopic such 360 3D stereoscopic top-down, 360 cubic 12×1 or 6×2, 180 stereoscopic side-by-side, 180 stereoscopic top-bottom, etc., markers’ such as Link, Hotspot, Action, etc. might to be blurred when you see the scene through VR goggle.
This issue is caused by mismatch between VR content’s depth and markers’ depth. You can fix this issue by tweaking per marker’s depth by using this “3D Stereoscopic Depth Adjustment” feature.
How to use
Increasing “3D Stereoscopic Depth Adjustment” will narrow distance between left-eye and right-eye projection.
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