3D Panographs are interactive, continuous and immersive 3D Mosaics of real world places.
Based on proprietary technology and optimized for high quality web-based viewing on desktop, mobile and VR* platforms Panographs go beyond 2D virtual tours with photo and video. With 3D Panograph technology you can show clients, customers or buyers what it feels like to experience a space first-hand in high resolution in a way that 2D content never could.
3D Panographs naturally scale to high image resolutions and large spaces without affecting performance.
3D Panograph can be shared and experienced across platforms via HTML5/WebGL. Embed for use on your own site.
3D Panographs can be created from a range of equipment in a range of conditions. Any digital camera/video input is suitable (Standard or HDR).
* Feature currently under development
We aspire to create nothing less then the highest quality fully interactive virtual experience yet devised.- Patchwork VR Team -
Our Vision is to create a flexible and easy to use end-to-end platform that supports a broad community of 3D Panograph creators and users from professionals to amateurs who want to share and explore the possibilities of this new medium.
Patchwork VR is a technology company dedicated to pushing the boundaries of interactive and immersive 3D experiences of real places. Our media solutions have wide applicability in real estate, entertainment, hospitality, travel, and industries of all types.
We embrace automation and ease of use but don’t forget to keep the artistry squarely in the hands of the photographer. Creativity, passion, artistic vision and point of view are at the heart of our technology. Artists need room to create.
While the 3D Panograph technology matures Patchwork VR offers Panograph creation services to clients by professional photographers. We are working hard to build our vision of a community of users and creators open to anyone who wants to use this unique technology.
A taste of what PanoGraphViewer 0.1.0-Beta can do.
These scenes were created automatically with photos from a
Canon EOS 350D 8 MP DSLR with a standard 10-18mm wide
angle lens by an amateur photographer (...ok an engineer).
Demos have been tested on the latest browser versions for
Use the mouse and arrow keys to navigate.
Mosaics are indicated with a 'Mosaic' popup in the upper left.