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[…]

How to Customize the HoloPlayer Layout for Sharing your Holo

Since v69 went live, HoloBuilder now not only supports with IE11 a new browser but also offers an amazing new design making sharing your Holos, even more, personal. The new custom settings for embedding the HoloPlayer into your website offer five different individually adjustable options to adapt the player to your personal needs. Standard sharing[…]

How to Create a Virtual Tour in HoloBuilder

The prime use cases of HoloBuilder that should be particularly interesting for, e.g. real estate agents and people working in construction, is the creation of virtual tours. In our case, virtual tour means a set of 360° photospheres that are interlinked to a HoloBuilder project. Make it possible to virtually discover a place by “walking”[…]

The Definitive Guide to holobuilder

The Definitive Guide to HoloBuilder: From zero to 3D-hero in a few simple steps

Even though HoloBuilder is being developed with a strong focus on usability and intuitiveness, as an absolute beginner you might feel a little overwhelmed by its large variety of features and functions. This is why we have created an easy to understand beginner tutorial that enables you to create amazing 3D presentations from scratch, without any[…]