How To Create and Share Real Estate In Virtual Reality With CloudPano

In this post, Zach Calhoon, co-founder of CloudPano.com, will show you how to create a virtual reality presentation of any property with CloudPano.com using a VR headset. Click play and watch this video:

With just your cell phone, you can learn how to create a virtual reality presentation of any property or any space, where you can market in VR or even sell to a customer or client on a Virtual Reality experience with CloudPano.com. It is the best, easiest, and fastest virtual tour software on the market!

What is a VR headset?

A cardboard VR headset has two places for your eyes, a little spot for your nose and a place to slide in your phone. With CloudPano.com, you can create a virtual tour with 360 photos. When the person using a VR headset moves around, the tour adjusts with him as well. So it creates a really neat immersive experience for the viewer.

An added perk or fun feature with CloudPano.com is the VR mode. So how do you use it?

  • Simply tap on the icon on your mobile phone and it will adjust the optics and splits the screen. It also helps creates a navigation dot.
  • Then place your Phone with the presentation right in the center of your cardboard headset into a spot where you can slide it in, and make sure it’s right in the middle. It will show you a property in full VR, creating a space where you can fully immerse yourself.

When you are selling a luxury property or showing off the interior of an RV, yacht, boat, or any type of amazing new build or construction that you’ve just completed, VR is the best way to fully take your clients and customers to the location.

Now it’s easier than ever with the application called CloudPano.com. All you have to do is upload your 360 photos, press Publish and you’ll get a link that works on any mobile device. It is fully immersive, so when the user moves, it also moves with them.

You can now have a VR experience right in your pocket, and right in your cell phone! You can also get one of those cardboard VR headsets for three dollars from a local store like Best Buy or from Amazon.

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