A Fully Immersive 3D Photo Experience!
360° Virtual Reality Photography is an exceptional way to showcase any business. With our plugin, you can display VR 360° photos – a fully immersive 3D photo experience – on your website. It uses the same technology which Google uses on Street View and Facebook on their 360° photos.
Stereo Image Support
Default Yaw Controls
Browser VR Mode
This is a great tool for any business that needs people to experience an onsite location. We have used it with real-estates, hotels, restaurants and retail outlets who want to showcase their onsite location.
This plugin uses Web VR Photo Viewer from Google. It’s a very easy to use Divi Module. Just upload your VR 360° photo and a thumbnail and it just works!
As with everything for our members, it’s fully supported and documented with regular updates. At MRK WP we have used this module for a number of customers and have found it to work really well for location photos.
Please note, if you are using the module more than once on a page, make sure you use the thumbnail image tools for the best possible load times.
Check out the video below for a complete product overview.
With Stereo Support you can use dual view images. So you have a left and right eye view in the one photo. This makes your images a bit clearer.
With the Default Yaw tool, you can change how your image is shown for the starting position as well as how someone interacts with your VR 360° Photo. Limiting a user to look left and right only can be helpful when you have a panorama shot.
The VR Mode allows a user to engage with a WebVR enabled browser and VR headset to step straight into a 360° photo and feel like they are in the moment.
If you want many images on a page, a preview image is essential. It allows you to load more images with small thumbnails instead of being forced to use a default crop from a WordPress automated tool.
VR Photography and Video is a great way to engage with potential customers. This plugin now makes it easy!
Frequently Asked Questions
How many photospheres can I have on one page?It really depends… if you are making thumbnails for each image that are smaller in size then you can generally get away with around 8 as a maximum. The more images you have, the more load you will have on your site. This VR tool can use a lot of CPU/GPU resources. We generally recommend no more than 2 on any given page.
Does this plugin have any dependencies?There are no other WordPress plugin dependencies. It works with the Divi Theme and can also be used as a shortcode.
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Links to related documentation and usage of this plugin.
4.0.2 -December 9, 2019
- Added custom support form in admin
- Freemius sdk version 2.3.1
4.0.1 -July 5, 2019
- Changed namespace and plugin constants to avoid conflict with diviframework plugin
4.0.0 -June 27, 2019
- Freemius plugin update and payment integration
- Branding and plugin name update
- Free trial added
3.1.0 -April 24, 2019
- Added full frontend builder support
3.0.2 -March 28, 2019
- Fixed issue with licensing code
3.0.1 -August 28, 2018
- Removed unwanted divi module styles introduced by divi frontend builder
3.0.0 -August 9, 2018
- Added divi frontend builder support
2.0.2 -August 25, 2017
- Updated description for default_yaw
2.0.1 -August 4, 2017
- Stereo option added as default
2.0.0 -August 3, 2017
- Revamped plugin
- Removed dependancy from https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-vr-view/ . Plugin works standalone now.
- Added new options. Removed some unwanted options.
1.0.4 -May 5, 2017
- Dependant plugin check bug fix.
1.0.3 -May 2, 2017
- Added plugin and theme dependancy check
1.0.2 -March 16, 2017
- Removed 360 Video MP4 as a source. Only images supported for now.
1.0.1 -March 13, 2017
- Added animation, alignment, device show/hide, margin settings to the divi module.
1.0.0 -March 4, 2017
- Initial Release