Tools and Platforms

Explore the expanding range of 360 annotating and hosting options. Share your own experiences.

library360
Oct 13, 2017

ThingLink is a tool for annotating screenshots, pictures, and 360 images with video, text, and calls to action. Anyone can set up a basic account for free and annotate screenshots and 2D images. Th
library360
Oct 13, 2017

WondaVR facilitates the development of immersive role playing games, the annotation of 360 photos and video with hotspots, and to create virtual product demonstrations. Because it is desktop rather
library360
Oct 13, 2017

SeekBeak is another easy to use cloud-based 360 image editor (with video editing in beta) that allows the addition of interactive content. The tags aren't quite as fancy as ThingLink's, but Seek Bea
library360
Oct 13, 2017

TourDash virtual Tours are navigated just like Google Map street views, with arrows on the floor that users click to explore in different directions. “Hot Spots” can be established that automaticall
library360
May 11, 2018

Google's new Tour Creator is designed to make it easy for anyone to create and interactive virtual tour, using either their own 360 images or images grabbed from Google Street View. You can read a VR
library360
Oct 13, 2017

Viar360 is the choice of a number of universities for the development of VR lessons that can be integrated in to existing VLE/LMS. It can be used to create interactive stories with more than one opt
library360
Oct 13, 2017

Makevt is a free cloud version of the krpano engine. There is a fee version which supports HTML5 for better viewing on tablets and smartphones. Makevt empowers users to add text to objects, create ho

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