Blog Tag: spherical virtual tours

Spherical Panoramas now in Florida!

Virtual Florida Tours announces the release of the newly obtained 360 X 360 spherical panoramas which are full images that allow visitors to to see your business or real estate listing in full 360. See an example here. Those high ceilings that were almost impossible to be taken on a photo will now show fabulously with our new virtual tour technology.

This new virtual tour feature is possible due to the advances of our virtual tour software.  It just keeps getting better and better!! RTV is constantly developing the virtual tour technology so we always have the very best to show our customers.  As they make new virtual tour features in their system they also train us systematically helping us to become better professionals in our line of business on a daily basis.

For more than eight years our Miami virtual tour company company has served the business of Miami Dade and Broward counties guaranteeing the full exposure of your business on the Internet. Using our fabulous exposure engine that will allow your business to be seen in more than 80 social sites  We can even create flyers to advertise you business.

For your entire Internet marketing needs, do not hesitate to contact Virtual Florida Tours at 305 332 8960 and we will show you why the motto of our company is “Striving for Excellence.”

Gabriel Duque
Miami Virtual Tours
Order a virtual tour! (305) 331 8960

Panoramas, PTGui, my 8mm Sigma Fisheye Lens

I ordered the FusionMax XS as part of my virtual tour software package since I think that 360×360 degree virtual tours are a great tool to have when you need them.  Expensive chandeliers, crown moulding, skylights and vaulted ceilings should be showcased in an Interactive Virtual Tour. 

Getting set up with the Fusion Max XS was fairly simple. The training provided by RTV was solid and thorough. (A little too thorough Ben) I wanted to share a couple of things I learned along the way in hopes that you guys might avoid some of the tough lessons I learned!

Make sure all your nuts and bolts are really tight!  Halfway through a 360 tour when you realize that your XS has been shifting on the camera plate each rotation or one of the arms has shifted an inch and your Nodal Point is WAY off and suddenly your photo stitching software isn’t happy with you!

One of my 12 shots was blurry and PTGui is calling it an orphan??  I spent the better part of an hour setting points, editing the panoramic image in Photoshop.  Yuck!  Finally I tried deleting the blurry image all together! Wahoo, 11 photos and PTGui produced for me an ‘Almost’ perfect image. Again…you must make sure you’re on your nodal point and keep the settings that RTV gives you to avoid this from happening.

I love my Sigma 8MM!!!  With my Sigma 8MM I could probably use 6 images and still have a great pano! My T4i has a built in HDR setting.  While I bracket all of my stills and edit them separately, I couldn’t get over having to edit 12 HDR photos for one panoramic image.  Voila… Kinda.  It works great outside in the daylight, but inside it is pretty inconsistent.  So I’ll be using my HDR feature for Panos outside but bracketing inside from now on.

Did I miss the part in the training videos on how to remove the elongated distortion from panos?  I know it’s possible!  I keep watching RTV provider tours with flawless panos and NO DISTORTION!  I tried calling one of em’.. as per my last post.. but failed to reach them.  I was desperate to figure out how to fix my disgusting distorted panos!  Finally!!.. It’s so Simple.. In the ‘Pano editor’ while creating the tour, zoom in on the image… That’s it!  That was easy. Geesh, 20 Gray Hairs Later!

Mike Seiler
Tour Tank Productions
Owen Sound Virtual Tours
Order a Virtual Tour: 519-375-6585

Spherical Image Stitching – The IMAGE Tuesday June 12

Sign up for the next episode of The IMAGE in your TMS today! That’s right, we’re having two episodes of The IMAGE this month and this will be our first IMAGE webinar of 2012, “Spherical Stitching”.

Please join Ben Knorr on June 12 at 7:00 PM Eastern as he walks you through RTV’s new photo stitching software.

With the coming launch of the New RealTour Fusion system we are now able to create full spherical virtual tours.  Spherical virtual tours allow you to look straight up, straight down and all around so that you can see everything. 

In order to create a spherical panorama you need the right hardware, lens, and of course software to stitch these types of panoramas.

Get a firsthand look at how to use our new advanced and professional photo stitching software, its powerful tools such as the masking feature, batch stitching feature, and so much more.

Our new stitcher is both MAC and PC compatible making it a great solution for everyone.

Make sure that you attend this webinar next week everyone. Sign up now in your TMS

See you there!

Ben Knorr
Order a virtual tour: 866-947-8687