Are VR Tours from 360 panoramas useful for presenting?

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    Kris Karon
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    Hello everyone,

    I have been looking at various platforms for creating VR from rendered 360 images and I was wondering if there is someone who has tried it and can share some experience

    Currently, Im testing theViewer.co, which works really well with iOS, Android and even my GearVR, but I know there are alternatives like KRpano, pano2vr and various others

    Here is how theViewer stuff looks – Im quite impressed with it
    http://theviewer.co/share/theConstruct/7c51a0e0-8244-40cc-87ce-43050f8cc598

    Which one of these tools do you think is best and for what goal i.e. for reviewing designs or presenting the finished product to clients?

    Im keen to learn more, as I would like to adopt VR as soon as possible

    Thank you

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    Kris Karon
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    P.S. if you want to try theViewer, here is their sign-up page
    http://theConstruct.co/beta

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    Mark Di Lucido
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    Haven’t tried the Viewer yet but . . . I noted all the examples are of interior architecture so my question would be how well does it work for exterior public spaces?  Would I take a series of 360 images, apply my proposed design to the images via Photoshop, etc., and then, voila!, I’m done?

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