VR Panoramic Website

What is a VR website?

         A VR panoramic virtual tour is a VR solution between VR helmets (HMD) and general websites. We can browse works through computer or smartphone browsers without buying special VR hardware or downloading any APP. VR virtual tours reach the widest audience, and their production cost is comparatively lower than the VR helmet solution. Therefore, VR websites deserve to be the VR content with the highest cost-effectiveness ratio.

What's Wrong with Google Street View?

         The VR panoramic virtual tours are similar to Google Street View’s 360° application.
         Google Street View was born about ten years ago, and I believe that everyone is familiar with it nowadays. However, Google Street View photos are always poor in image quality, either too bright or too dark, and their sharpness needs to be improved. Most importantly, images in Google Street View are often show significant seam lines and stitching artefacts. Due to the bad impression of Google Street View’s image quality, we are deeply prejudiced against panoramic VR solutions.
         The Google Street View photographers set up the panoramic camera on the car to take panoramic photos for a large area within a short time. The car moves fast; hence the ISO setting must be increased to obtain sharp images. This means the camera’s sensor needs to be big, therefore, the camera’s size. Consequently, the distance between cameras within the panoramic camera rack is huge (see how big that ball is on top of a Google Street View car), and photos are filled with stitching seams.
         In fact, if we shoot panoramic photos carefully and precisely, they can look magnificent and show a high degree of details and seamlessness.

Google street images versus our panoramic images

VR Online Museum?!

         Creating an online museum is the direction museums are heading towards in the post-epidemic age. One of the major solutions for creating an online museum is 360 VR panoramic websites. People can view the exhibits online through a mobile phone/computer browser, and the development cost is reasonable compared to other virtual-reality technologies. Apart from displaying exhibit images in high resolution, PANOSENSING’s other secret production technologies include retaining the exhibition atmosphere at that instance through panoramic photography and preserving the exhibit’s interactive design on-site through interactive websites.