WebGL enabled in HoloBuilder

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[…]

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[…]

Google Photo Sphere vs. bubb.li

Google Photo Sphere Camera vs. bubb.li App – A 360 Degree Showdown

In principle creating 360 degree photospheres is simple, as we have shown in our basic tutorial. But simple does not necessarily mean easy. Especially not if you strive to create the best result that is possible with your equipment. Even if this equipment consists just of a smartphone, one difficulty could be seen in the[…]

How to create 360° photos with your smartphone

To create a 360° image on your Android smartphone download and open the “Google Street View App” and follow these instructions from Google. On iOS devices, the App is also called “Google Street View” and works almost the same. Furthermore, some nice basic instructions on how to capture awesome 360° images can be found in[…]