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Topic - 360° Virtual Reality - Image

Virtual Reality is an experience taking place within a computer generated reality of immersive environments can be similar to or completely different from the real world.

Learn more about Virtual Reality.

In this way, Augmented Reality alters one's ongoing perception of a real-world environment by placing a virtual object, while Virtual Reality completely replaces the user's real-world environment with a simulated one.

Learn more about Augmented Reality.

Learn more about Virtual Reality.

2:1 ratio image that have full 360° x 180° view. Some people also call it as spherical image or spherical panorama image.

A cubemap or cube mapping is a method of using 6 images with 1:1 ratio that represents each reflection of an environment (top, down, front, back, left, and right)

No. You can experience it with your smartphone by swiping and rotating the image.

But you can use Google Cardboard or similar headset to have the full 360° experience.

The simplest way is to buy a 360° Camera. Based on our experience, Insta360 and Ricoh Theta are the most recommended. You can check their website for the details.

To make a 3D image render you need to use 3D softwares such as Autodesk 3ds Max, Sketchup, Lumion, and others.

Yes! We provide some tutorials at our tutorial page

You can rent a 360 camera from us. This service is currently only available in Indonesia.

For more details, contact us at support@ars.place

Check the details here.

Or you can contact us at hi@ars.place for more details.

You can copy the link from your post.

It's available for all devices running Android or iOS with gyroscope after you download the app.

Check the details here.

Or you can contact us at hi@ars.place for more details.

See the tutorials