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View 360 tour image on any device

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by sdelves, May 17, 2018.

  1. sdelves

    sdelves

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    Probabaly a quation that is asked all too frequnely...

    I have developed a 360 image with sound clip within Unity, but need to be able to view this on any device (not with Unity). Is it possible? and how?
    Thanks
     
  2. mgear

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    do you mean, view it on a webpage, or publish as mobile app or something else?

    and do you want to have it as an VR viewer? (like google cardboard or others)
     
  3. sdelves

    sdelves

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    VR Viewer and view on a webpage if possible.
     
  4. sdelves

    sdelves

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    To be honest, i just want to be able to view/access it on any device that doesn't have unity.
     
  5. mgear

    mgear

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    for mobile vr, you can publish to android (google play store) and ios (apple store),
    for web, you can publish as webgl (which might work on some mobile browsers too)

    adding 360 image and playing sound is the easier part.
     
  6. mgear

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