Fullscreen Version


1) You can us the direct link to bring up the webVR360 full browser mode:


(you can email this link to clients, or embed on your site and email them link to you webpage)



2) Or you can use embed code on any other website to just show your webVR360
in a window (like above) without showing the source web address.

<iframe src="https://www.marcszabo.com/webvr/6606variel/tour.html" width="600" height="400"></iframe>

(Just cut and paste this code an embed into your webpage code. You can specify any height and width)



3) If you have a multi-node webVR360 you can specify starting view
and apply these views to individual links on your website, to jump the viewer right to that view.

<iframe src="https://www.marcszabo.com/webvr/6606variel/tour.html?startscene=scene_name_here" width="600"


navigate around with mouse, click on navigation arrows to step forward

navigate around with touch screen, touch navigation arrows to step forward

Smartphone (gyro-motion):
1) Open one of our demos (on Gear VR follow steps below first)
2) Click the Google cardboard icon

3) Rotate phone around body to navigatge view in room with VR Headset

4) Turn smartphone sideways to see stereoscopic view, available when inserted into VR headset

If using Samsung Gear VR (powered by Oculus)
Their implementation of webVR language through web browser is slow and in Beta.
So first you must temporarily disable the USB connection to stop GearVR interface from loading

1) Install Play Cardboard apps on Gear VR from the Play Store
(this will allow you to play other VR app/3D video from store as well)

2) Open the app and tap on the Google Cardboard icon

3) Continue to Step Smartphone (gyro-motion) - Step 1 above

For more complete Gear VR description of these steps visit here

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Interactive runs on Windows, Apple and Android