2014 saw a big step forward in the world of virtual tour creation with the release of Panotour Pro 2.0 from Kolor. HTML5 has become a standard feature, with virtual tours compatible with any modern device (smartphones, tablets, computers).
The goal of this new version is to offer more features, more customization while keeping the application easy to use, without the need of programming.
The Livepano plugin offers a new experience within the virtual tours, by displaying video zones above the 360° photographic content.
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Kazutaka Uchida, CTO of Kadinche, Japan, will explain the PanoPlaza platform and how it is used in different key applications.
Kadinche is operating a cloud based panorama virtual shop hosting and authoring tool called PanoPlaza. PanoPlaza is mainly used by shops, retails, and car dealers in Japan & USA. We would like to share how the latest panorama virtual shops look like with features such as design template, keyword search, and news ticker.
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Workshop by Kirk Membry:
What’s the point of sharing a great panoramic online if it takes too long to load? Your visitors are impatient and studies show that even a few milliseconds of delay can be detrimental to online sales and customer retention.
Kirk will explain how to improve website speed through file and asset optimization as well as utilizing content delivery networks to improve page speeds on a global level.
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Their tools are anything but small, and so IVRPA is very proud that Thomas Rauscher and his great team from Garden Gnome Software will again be with us at the conference. In the vendors space they will be presenting and explaining all the details of their different tools, and on stage Thomas will show us a lot of new achievements and will give us a sneak peak of the next version of Pano2VR.