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VR Maker

The VR Maker app allows you to capture beautiful 360-degree tours with your smartphone

  • How to avoid blurred panoramas.

    Tip - Clean the 720° lens and your mobile phone lens.     Failed - Captured with dirty lens:   Succeed - Captured with clean lens:...

  • How to avoid black holes at the top and bottom as well as stitching errors.

    Tip 1 - Phone is horizontal and perpendicular to the Rotator.  Make sure your mobile phone is kept at a horizontal level and perpendicular to the Rotator.    Well placed   Not well placed   Failed  - ...

  • How to prevent over-exposed panoramas.

    Tip - Turn on the HDR mode. Turn on the HDR mode before capturing. Point your camera at a bright area (or bright objects). Your mobile phone will automatically adjust its brightness level. Failed - Ca...

  • How to upload panoramas to Google Street View

    iStaging has been certified Google Street View certified ready, within several clicks, you can post your panoramas to Google Street View right away. Please download the Google Street View app on iOS o...

  • [BETA] Create floor plans with VR Maker and my ARKit phone

    Important: this feature is a beta feature.  1. Download the VR Maker app on the App Store and log in with your email address and password. Note that you must have an iPhone 6s or more recent. (The fea...

  • Retouching panoramas

    Once you're done capturing your panoramas, you can easily retouch them or apply preset filters as follows: 1. Open a LiveTour on the homepage of the VR Maker app and click on the thumbnail of the pano...

  • iPhone Bluetooth troubleshooting

    Since the release of iOS 11, the WiFi and Bluetooth toggles in the Control Center don't actually turn off your device's Bluetooth and WiFi connections. This has been widely reported by the press (here...

  • Why is my panorama blurry?

    If you find your panoramas blurry, please adjust the camera focus before capturing. Set the focus on a spot with even or slightly softer lighting. Do not focus on a spot that has strong light or refle...

  • Capturing with limited internet access

    The following tutorial explains how to capture panoramas when you are out of the office with no WiFi or when you are having bad reception: 1. Important: Make sure you sign in first while you have inte...