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Does anyone know of a slick free / paid spherical photo viewer?

I'm imagining something along the lines of a floor plan JPG with buttons to click to view the spherical photos.

I'd like to take the nodal ninja photos and be able to deliver them without scanning a space necessarily.

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Hi Thad,
you can try http://ggnome.com/pano2vr
I had a demo version and it worked well.
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blazaj wrote:Hi Thad,
you can try http://ggnome.com/pano2vr
I had a demo version and it worked well.
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I've used garden gnome (btw what in the heck kind of name is that :lol: ) for a long time, and I did not know it had this capability too. Pretty awesome, this is perfect.

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Hey,

You may have your answer already, but if you want to try out something different, I use DevalVR, it makes individually packaged .exe files so anybody can view them. It also has several capabilities I'm not familiar with and they've been pretty good at continual improvement.

http://www.devalvr.com/paginas/productos/index.html

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FSP viewer is free! You can even add your own hotspots.

http://www.fsoft.it/FSPViewer/

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Thad, I know I am a little late to the discussion however also have a solution for you. Please check out the thread I have going here http://www.laserscanningforum.com/forum ... =25&t=9681. The ability you are talking about is a feature we have that we call Pano2Map. Basically you can create icons on an interactive google map, click on each icon individually and display them in our viewer uPano. Even though I do not cover Pano2Map, the map that is produced is identical to the maps shown in the video.
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I love this forum so much! i have been keeping my eye out for something like this for so long. you guys rock!

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tbwester wrote:Does anyone know of a slick free / paid spherical photo viewer?

I'm imagining something along the lines of a floor plan JPG with buttons to click to view the spherical photos.

I'd like to take the nodal ninja photos and be able to deliver them without scanning a space necessarily.
IViewer360 for iphone. Copy a picture from you phone into it and paste it into the app. As you move your phone the view changes.

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