SceneVR is an engaging way to tell stories from an entirely new perspective. It turns your collection of panoramic and VR-ready photos into a slideshow of navigable scenes, allowing you to create unique 360° narratives. A simple-to-use editor allows you to order your photos, add descriptions and add text. Your stories can then easily be embedded and viewed anywhere using simple and intuitive controls. Best of all, because SceneVR runs entirely in your browser, your stories can be viewed on desktop, mobile devices and even the most popular VR devices without the need for any extra apps or plugins.
Tips & tricks
- Write each scene as part of a larger narrative
- Keep the text short and simple
- Ensure your photos are either panoramas or 360 images
Make a Scene
Please come back on Jul 24th, 2018 (just a couple days). We are about to launch the SceneVR editor!!
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Need help? First, please be sure to look at our list of frequently asked questions below.
If you don't find an answer there, try our support forums or use our tech support web form. Please be clear with your question, include a link to your project, and if appropriate, a link to a page which shows the issue with which you need help. We can only answer support questions in English. We try to be prompt, but please understand that we do not have a dedicated tech support staff.
Find a bug? If you are confident you have found a bug, please report it as a GitHub issue. Be sure to include detailed instructions on how to reproduce the bug. If you're not sure, please start with the tech support system.
Go further with Scene:
Frequently asked questions
How do I edit my projects?Login with the same google account you used to make them. You should see a list of your projects. Tap or click on the project to edit the photos in that project.
What web browsers does SceneVR work with?We primarily develop for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. We adhere closely to web standards, so we believe that SceneVR should work effectively in all modern web browsers. SceneVR is known to not work with Internet Explorer versions before IE10.