Will InstaVR work with 3D rendering programs like Autodesk 3ds max, Autodesk Maya, Autodesk A360 Render, Lumion, OTOY OctaneRender, VRay, Redshift Render, Podium, etc.?

Yes, InstaVR works with 3D rendering programs like Autodesk 3ds max, Autodesk Maya,  Autodesk A360, Lumion, OTOY OctaneRender, VRay, Redshift Render, Podium, etc.? You can render 3D scene into any 360 format such as 360 spherical 360 stereoscopic spherical top-bottom 360 12x1 stereoscopic panoramic cubemap 360 6x2 stereoscopic cubemap. Learn about panoramic images: http://www.instavr.co/articles/general/what-is-360-panorama-format-such-as-stereocopic-spherical-cubemap-equirectangular Learn about [...]

March 18th, 2017|General|

Making Money With VR – Recap of Ricoh Theta Meet Up on Stanford University

The InstaVR team had the pleasure of speaking on February 28th at the Ricoh Theta Unofficial Guide Meet Up on the campus of Stanford University. The event, attended by both students and VR enthusiasts in the Silicon Valley, was a great opportunity to discuss the possibilities of making VR apps without any specialized knowledge. The accessibility of [...]

March 16th, 2017|General|

How to create VR content by using Autodesk Maya and 3ds Max

What are Autodesk Maya & 3ds Max? Autodesk Maya and 3ds Max are two popular 3d computer graphic programs. Though originally released in the 1990s, both software platforms are continuously updated and in wide use today. Who uses Maya & 3ds Max? Maya is very popular among digital artists. The platform is used for creating many [...]

February 28th, 2017|General|

How to create VR content by stitching multiple digital cameras’ shots

What is 360 image and video stitching? Stitching is the process of combining multiple overlapping images or videos to create a singular 360-degree panoramic image or video. Why is stitching necessary? Stitching is an integral part of creating a seamless, immersive VR experience. It is through the stitching of images and videos that you create the [...]

February 28th, 2017|General|

How to create VR images / videos by using 360 Cameras

What is a 360 Camera? A 360-degree camera is a multi-lens camera that captures a fully panoramic image or video. The resulting image or video gives the viewer a sense of immersion, as they can navigate multi-directionally within the media. How do they work? A dual-lens camera will simultaneously take a front and rear photo or [...]

February 28th, 2017|General|

InstaVR Launches Publishing Compatibility With HTC VIVE, Enabling Companies to Create High Quality Long-Form VR Video Applications

TOYOTA High System becomes the first customer to leverage new functionality, creating a 360-degree Interactive VR Office Tour for Recruiting Purposes (February 22, 2017, San Francisco, CA) InstaVR, Inc., a virtual reality (VR) authoring, publishing, and analysis company, announced today the availability of single-click HTC VIVE output capabilities. By providing this functionality, InstaVR enables customers to [...]

February 23rd, 2017|General|

How to Make a VR App Using the Ricoh Theta & InstaVR

Ricoh Theta Unofficial Guide meet up Feb 28, 2017. 6pm-7:30pm, at Stanford University Speakers Andrew Woodberry, InstaVR Jesse Casman, RICOH THETA Unofficial Guide site Venue Cypress Room North Tresidder Memorial Union, 459 Lagunita Dr, Stanford, CA 94305 Our Head of Sales, Andrew Woodberry, will be speaking at the Ricoh Theta Unofficial Guide meet up at Stanford [...]

February 19th, 2017|General|

Education meets Virtual Reality : How Teachers Are Bringing Immersive VR into the Classroom

The InstaVR team had the pleasure of attending, exhibiting, and speaking at the Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC) last week in Orlando, Florida. Educators are intrigued and excited by the opportunity that VR provides for new, interactive learning experiences. They recognize the value in supplementing books and class lectures with a technology that can figuratively [...]

February 1st, 2017|General|

Training meets Virtual Reality : How to Create a Training App Using InstaVR

Virtual Reality is a great platform for delivering a training app. The immersive quality of 360-degree images and videos allows people to experience a simulated environment from the comfort of their home or office. Plus the learning environment is much more memorable than text or static 2D images. We've seen a lot of clients leverage our [...]

January 19th, 2017|General|