Operating System(s): Windows 8
Softwares: Poser 9 / Poser Pro 2012 +
License: This is licensed for non-commercial use only.
With the recent advent of Google Cardboard device and other VR headsets, it is possible to take a look to the virtual reality world. The tutorial explains the basic steps to create a virtual environment in Poser. The included Python script generates the images to have a cylindrical or spherical view of Poser scene. A cylindrical view is a traditional 360° panorama. A spherical view is an immersive environment that can be observed in any direction.
mudpudl 10:39AM | Thu, 07 May 2020
I get an error when I try to download this. Can anyone assist me in obtaining this free file? Thank you in advance.
Lakotariver 5:06PM | Wed, 12 February 2020
This is what I was hoping to find, I own a HTC Vive and Poser Pro and Vue. t Iis my hope to create some fun enviroments to explore in VR. Thank you very much ðŸŽ®ðŸ–¥ðŸ¥½
Diego_Kawasaka 1:48AM | Wed, 26 June 2019
Wow thank you so much ^^ i will test it out right away ^.^ was looking for something simple like this. thank you ^^
Allstereo 3:26PM | Thu, 21 December 2017
Hello poolofice, If I understand your question, the response is no because the script generates one set of images taken by one camera. To view the depth of the scene, we need two sets of images, one for the right eye and one for the left eye. Technically, it is complex to program and the post-processing of images is time consuming. Allstereo
poolofice 9:13AM | Thu, 21 December 2017
Nice concept. Before trying this I wonder, will everything look flat or is there actual depth? Will I see if an object is closer to the camera? Also, will this work with animations? Matt
Allstereo 11:04AM | Wed, 08 February 2017
Hello tumoteo, No, you can not do that with the script. Allstereo
timoteo1 10:52AM | Sun, 05 February 2017
Can you create animations using this technique? I'd like to be able to move through the scene AND view it from any direction. Is this possible with script? Thanks, Tim
Allstereo 4:14PM | Sat, 30 April 2016
Hello all, In the tutorial, I forgot the link to the photosphere image that I have created for the tutorial. You can find the image inmy gallery at: [My gallery](https://www.renderosity.com/mod/gallery/?uid=651369) Allstero