How to handle the new project panel

The new Project Panel on the left side allows you to easily arrange your sheets hierarchically and drag and drop scenes quickly to the corresponding sheet. Moreover, the new user interface supports some additional features which will make you even more efficient when using HoloBuilder. Gain an overview of your projects 1.1 Structured element overview 1.2 The[…]

How to import HoloBuilder Projects into a new one

This small but very helpful feature will allow you to import existing HoloBuilder projects into a new project. This way all sheets, scenes, and time travels from one project will be added to the other. So, if you, e.g., have created a new project for each floor before, you can now easily merge the projects[…]

How to add and organize multiple sheets in one HoloBuilder project

Multiple Sheets allows you to add more than just one sheet, e.g. floor plans, to a single HoloBuilder project. Learn how to upload further sheets (section 1), connect different sheets with your scenes (section 2), manage the sheets accordingly (section 3), merge several projects with single sheets into one project with multiple sheets (section 4), and how[…]

How to use the Time Travel feature professionally

What is Time Travel? Time Travel allows you to capture progress over time by adding multiple 360° pictures to the same location point on a sheet. Whether you capture daily, weekly, or monthly project updates, our patented features allows you to manage your site documentation in one place and keep your stakeholders up to date.[…]

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HoloBuilder Features Guide

Features Guide Each subscription plan offers individual features to adjust your account to your special use case. All features of lower plans will be available when subscribing to a higher one including a selection of additional features. Each feature will enhance your working option accordingly. Subscription plan overview 1 The basic editorial features at a glance 1.1[…]

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[…]

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How to troubleshoot “Your browser does not support WebGL” messages.

That you visit this site very likely means that you have already picked up with the message you see in the screenshot above. To help you with getting rid of it, in the following paragraphs we want to provide you with some hints and useful links that should serve as a starting point for your[…]

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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[…]

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How to enable hardware acceleration to use HoloBuilder with WebGL 3D rendering

Once in a while the irritating situation may occur that HoloBuilder won’t load the user interface and just shows a message telling you that “your browser seems to support WebGL, it is disabled or unavailable”, even though you are already using the recommended Google Chrome Browser. This is due to a Chrome setting fault and can[…]

Custom textured shapes in holobuilder v67

The next level of individual creativity: custom textures in new holobuilder version 67

Our developers just deployed a new version (namely 67) of holobuilder that provides amazing unique features, setting it even further apart from competition as a one-of-a-kind web tool: You can now add 3D shapes with custom textures to your creations! This means that you can add any picture you like to one of five pre-defined 3D objects and place them right[…]