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HoloPlayer App BETA for iOS & Android in a nutshell

UPDATE May 2017: Please note that the HoloPlayer app is currently not available for download! The beta phase of the first version has ended. We are currently working on an all new version that will very likely be available within the next 3 month. Thank you for your understanding and your patience. Show your HoloBuilder[…]

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360° Photos and Videos – Which camera is right for you?

Why a 360° photo? 360° pictures, also called “photo spheres”, capture 360-degree panorama scenes. Do you know this feeling when you are in the middle of a great landscape but a simple photo is just not able to capture the entire scene? Or, you are a real estate agent and want to show your properties[…]

How to create an AR project with HoloBuilder

AR – or ‘Augmented Reality’ – provides a new and interesting possibility to add interactive virtual information to your real-life surroundings. Learn how to create your own AR Holo with HoloBuilder in just a few steps. Learn more on this topic: Quick tips Create your marker Upload your marker Add interactivity to your AR Holo Share[…]

How to add a sheet to your HoloBuilder project

OUTDATED – Please consider the tutorial on ‘Multiple Sheets‘!   In the following section, you can find out more on how to add a sheet to your Holos. The plan will be visible as an expandable overlay in the upper left corner of each scene contained in your Holo. Define the location of your scene on[…]

How to create your own little planet view using HoloBuilder

Stop jumping through all kinds of hoops. Create and share your personal little planets without switching between numerous apps directly in HoloBuilder with just a few clicks! Show your Holos as little planets and share them easily on your social networks. In this article, you’ll learn how to create and share little planet view for[…]

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How to Level your Photosphere

Correct your photosphere’s calibration any time after uploading it to HoloBuilder with controls as easy as in a flight simulator. To make the best possible 360° shots of your surroundings, the most common solution is to use a tripod. BUT, we do not always have a tripod at hand which leaves us no other choice than[…]

What are 360° photospheres? And what are panoramas?

We at HoloBuilder.com are pretty busy talking about “360° images”, “photospheres”, “Photo Spheres”, “panoramas” and all that fancy stuff. But, we’re sure that some people regularly ask themselves “What the heck do these terms actually mean?”. We’re sorry for the confusion, promise to improve and hence, want to clarify some things in the following. Different[…]

How to Add Custom 3D Models to Your Holos

Although HoloBuilder provides a nice range of built-in 3D models, sometimes you just need something that we haven’t included yet—be it a chair, a shark or a palm tree. That’s where custom 3D models come into play and the real fun begins … Which file types are supported? HoloBuilder can handle 3D models that are[…]

Cardboard & HoloBuilder – How does it work?

As it has already been pointed out in this tutorial, HoloBuilder has dedicated support for Google Cardboard and similar devices. A more detailed step-by-step guide is given in the following instructions: Get a Google Cardboard or similar device, for example from here. Open a #Holo in your smartphone’s mobile web browser (preferably Google Chrome). For[…]