Sample Virtual Tours
Shot with Panohero and action camera

Dive into interactive panoramas and virtual tours with your Smartphone, tablet or computer by clicking on an image. Enjoy the view in full screen mode. All shots were taken with some predecessor of Panohero-H6B and an action camera.

Perfect spherical panoramas with 65 megapixels can be achieved quickly and easily with equipment as small, light (80g +20g +tripod) and affordable as the camera Yi4k for 170 US$, the panoramic head Panohero-Mini-Y4k for 59 US$ and a small tripod. Stitching, connection and hosting of virtual tours is free of charge – see info at the end of this page.

Virtual Tours by Steven McQuinn

Our customer Steven McQuinn published some virtual tours and panoramas on Google Street View. Steve, thanks a lot for sharing your excellent panoramas!

Steve lives in Sacramento, California and shoots with Hero 5 Black and Panohero-H5B – the predecessor of Panohero-H6B – with 4x2 shooting directions. He stitches with Autopano Giga and uses Panohero since February 2017.

Gold rush

Virtual tour of nine panoramas along some funny gold rush sculptures in Sacramento (https://goo.gl/maps/RxpeAG7KcG92).

Rose Garden

Virtual tour of streetview photospheres taken in the beautifully blooming McKinley Rose Garden in Sacramento (https://goo.gl/maps/Khbq6ziv9LD2).

Environmental Protection Center

Entry points to virtual tours of the Environmental Protection Center of UC Davis at Lake Tahoe – all shot with GoPro Hero 5 Black and Panohero-H5B, the predecessor model of Panohero-H6B :

Historic Fish Hatchery
(tour of room)

Tahoe Environmental Research Center
(indoor tour)

Tahoe Environmental Research Center
(outdoor tour)

Rails and Ships

Various individual panoramas from Sacramento.

Panoramas by Dalibor Tesanovic

Dalibor is a professional panorama photographer based in Sweden. He uses Panohero-H5B for some of his assignments. Enjoy the beautiful virtual tours that he created on Google Business View and elsewhere with Panohero-H5B and GoPro Hero 5 Black.

Carlstens Castle, Marstrand, Sweden

Dalibor created some highly professional virtual tours of the impressive Carlstens Castle in the Swedish archipelago with GoPro Hero 5 Black and Panohero-H5B, the predecessor of Panohero-H6B .

“It’s a pleasure how well your hardware is performing. It really is very impressive and still so much more than one expects, even in tight spaces!”  Dalibor Tesanovic

Split view with map for better orientation

Great view of the beautiful archipelago

Find your way through the labyrinthic corridors!

Funeral Parlors

Dalibor shoots virtual tours of swedish funeral parlors professionally with GoPro Hero 5 Black and Panohero-H5B, the predecessor of Panohero-H6B .

Begravningsbyrå Thomas Petersson

“Really getting the hang of the correct workflow now, 4 shots for HDR are ideal it seems, no more, no less. It is just astounding, the quality that can be achieved with that little camera!
So small, yet so powerful. As soon as I heard Hero 5 would have RAW capability I knew it would be good, but this just exceeds all my expectations. No more heavy bags!”
  Dalibor Tesanovic

 

Begravningsbyrå Axelssons

“6 x RAWs processed into TIFs and then merged into HDRs for stitching. Second time using it for HDR and the GoPro Hero 5 Black + Panohero-H5B combo is performing beautifully.
The quality is the same as with 10 times more expensive equipment combos!
Plus so lightweight, love it!”  Dalibor Tesanovic

 

Begravningsbyrå Bloms

“Thought you might like this, this is done completely with GoPro Hero5 Black + your fantastic Panohero-H5B (+ a simple, light tripod).
No HDR, just RAW straight out of the Hero5 Black, slightly fixed in post, stitched and voila – your panohead has performed great!”  Dalibor Tesanovic

Panoramas by Martin Herdieckerhoff

These interactive panoramas were created by Martin Herdieckerhoff.

The images were shot in Höhenkirchen, Bavaria, Germany with Hero 5 Black and a prototype of Panohero-Maxi-H6B.

The panoramic head has been left visible in the nadir.

Getränkemarkt Voglrieder
hosted by Google Maps

Arcone Center
hosted by Google Maps
(shots on DropBox)

Potatoes
hosted by KeepEyeOnBall
(shots on Dropbox)

Shots for some of these panoramas are available on DropBox for your own stitching.

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Tips zum Betrachten der Panorama-Tour mit einer VR-Brille

So können Sie unsere Panorama-Tour durch das Tessin mit einer Virtual-Reality-Brille betrachten:

  • Benutzen Sie ein Smartphone mit Gyro-Sensoren. Gyro-Sensoren messen Bewegungen des Smartphones und steuern die Blickrichtung im Panorama entsprechend.
  • Rechts unten im Panorama befinden sich einige Symbole. Klicken Sie auf das Brillen-Symbol, um in den VR-Modus zu wechseln. Es erscheint ein neues Bild mit einem gößeren Brillen-Symbol.
  • Klicken Sie auf den Kasten unter dem großen Brillen-Symbol um die von Ihnen verwendete VR-Brille auszuwählen oder klicken Sie auf die Brille um die Tour zu starten. Nach dem Start wird das Bild auf dem Display zweimal nebeneinander angezeigt.
  • Setzen Sie das Smartphone in die VR-Brille ein und setzen Sie die VR-Brille auf.
  • Bringen Sie beim Betrachten des Panoramas den blinkenden Punkt mit dem schwarzen Kreuz zur Deckung, um in das nächste Panorama zu wechseln.

Alle Panoramen dieser Tour wurden mit einer GoPro Hero3+ Black als Kamera und dem Panohero als Panoramakopf aufgenommen.

Wir von Herdima wünschen Ihnen viel Freude beim Eintauchen in unsere kleine Panorama-Tour durch das Tessin!

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Tips for Watching the Panorama-Tour with a VR-Headset

You can watch our panorama tour through the Ticino with a virtual-reality-headset:

  • Use a smartphone with gyro sensors. Gyro sensors measure the motion of a smartphone and control the direction of view within the panorama accordingly.
  • In the panorama there are some symbols at the lower right. Click the headset symbol to switch to the VR-mode. A new image with a larger headset symbol appears.
  • Click the box under the large headset symbol to select the used VR-headset or click the headset to start the tour. The panorama image gets duplicated on the display once the tour has been started.
  • Insert the smartpohone into the VR-headset and look into the headset
  • To switch to the next panorama, move the black cross into the blinking point while watching the panorama.

All panoramas of this tour were shot with a GoPro Hero 3+ Black as camera and with our Panohero as panorama head.

We from Herdima wish that you have much pleasure while diving into our little tour through the southernmost part of Switzerland, the beautiful Ticino.

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