How to create your own little planet view using HoloBuilder

Stop jumping through all kinds of hoops. Create and share your personal little planets without switching between numerous apps directly in HoloBuilder with just a few clicks! Show your Holos as little planets and share them easily on your social networks. In this article, you’ll learn how to create and share little planet view for[…]

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How to Level your Photosphere

Correct your photosphere’s calibration any time after uploading it to HoloBuilder with controls as easy as in a flight simulator. To make the best possible 360° shots of your surroundings, the most common solution is to use a tripod. BUT, we do not always have a tripod at hand which leaves us no other choice than[…]

How to correctly Position, Rotate & Scale objects in HoloBuilder

HoloBuilder provides a lot of great features that we already explained in our previous tutorials. Today we are going back to the basics: this tutorial will show you the different possibilities to position, rotate and scale a 3D model in HoloBuilder because yes, there are more than one. How to position an object? How to[…]

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How to Change the Default View Orientation of a Scene in HoloBuilder

Even though it’s one of the greatest features of 360° images that the viewer can look wherever he wants, your project might require to the viewing experience focused on a certain object or with a specific perspective. The good news: This is quite easy in HoloBuilder. The according feature is called “set default view” and is[…]

How to Add Custom 3D Models to Your Holos

Although HoloBuilder provides a nice range of built-in 3D models, sometimes you just need something that we haven’t included yet—be it a chair, a shark or a palm tree. That’s where custom 3D models come into play and the real fun begins … Which file types are supported? HoloBuilder can handle 3D models that are[…]

Cardboard & HoloBuilder – How does it work?

As it has already been pointed out in this tutorial, HoloBuilder has dedicated support for Google Cardboard and similar devices. A more detailed step-by-step guide is given in the following instructions: Get a Google Cardboard or similar device, for example from here. Open a #Holo in your smartphone’s mobile web browser (preferably Google Chrome). For[…]

HoloBuilder now supports sound within your holo!

How to add Sounds to your Holo on HoloBuilder.com

HoloBuilder keeps on improving. With the latest version, the world of sound has been added to your creation possibilities with HoloBuilder. This short tutorial will explain how to include and manage individual sounds in your #holo. To add sound in your personal Holo, first create a Virtual or Augmented Reality Holo and insert your desired 2D and/or 3D[…]

How to Customize the HoloPlayer Layout for Sharing your Holo

Since v69 went live, HoloBuilder now not only supports with IE11 a new browser but also offers an amazing new design making sharing your Holos, even more, personal. The new custom settings for embedding the HoloPlayer into your website offer five different individually adjustable options to adapt the player to your personal needs. Standard sharing[…]

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How to add Custom Textured 3D Objects to your HoloBuilder Creations

  As announced in a previous developer blog entry, you can add custom textures to different pre-defined 3D objects and place them into your HoloBuilder.com presentations. In this tutorial, we show you how to use this great feature for even more individual, creative creations. The first step when you decide to create a presentation with custom[…]

How to Create a Virtual Tour in HoloBuilder

The prime use cases of HoloBuilder that should be particularly interesting for, e.g. real estate agents and people working in construction, is the creation of virtual tours. In our case, virtual tour means a set of 360° photospheres that are interlinked to a HoloBuilder project. Make it possible to virtually discover a place by “walking”[…]