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How do I share a Virtual Tour?

Sharing Nodalview content is super easy! Just click (or tap) the “Share” button in the App or on your personal account on www.nodalview.com and send the link directly. Nodalview content leverages the power of Html5 and works on any device (pc, smartphone, tablet) without any additional plugin. Sharable links are unique and are private unless […]

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How do I shoot my first panorama?

How do I shoot my first panorama? In the App, Tap on “new Tour” and enter a name for your tour (eg house address). Do not confuse tour name (for example, “my house”), with the pano name (for example “kitchen”) that you type in later when you’ve finished shooting your pano. Position the tripod in […]

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What is bracketing?

While HDR capability of your smartphone allready does it’s best to improve exposure (correct luminosity) of your shots, with “bracketing”, you get access to powerful features used by pro’s, like Automatic Exposure Bracketing (AEB). AEB will allow you to take panoramas with correct exposure, even in difficult situations like backlight shots. This is a common […]

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Why use an additional wide-angle lens?

Space constraints are specific to indoor panoramas. Shooting outdoor scenes at a distance could be ok with the default field of view or your smartphone’s camera, but for indoor scenes, standard vertical field of view won’t be sufficient. Shooting multiple rows of pictures for each panorama is not really practical. You will see free panoramas […]

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Why use a tripod?

While outdoor panoramas can be done without a tripod, indoor panoramas are much more difficult. Parallax errors occur inevitably with close objects in a scene, when the lens deviates from the vertical axis of rotation. It is almost impossible to avoid these errors without a tripod. Furthermore, Nodalview uses advanced exposure corrections techniques, like Automatic […]

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What is the difference between a panorama and a tour?

A panorama is a single 360° view. A tour is an assembly of panoramas (photospheres) in a virtual visit. For example, a real estate agent will name the tour with the locations’s address, and each panorama will be the name of the room (kitchen, livingroom, bedroom, …). There is a minimum of one photosphere per […]

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How does Nodalview create 360° panoramas?

Single panoramas (photospheres) are created from individual pictures taken with your smartphone via a dedicated application. The package you received from Nodalview contains a tripod (optionnal), a special Nodalview wide-angle lens, and a “Nodal Arm” that will ensure that the nodal point of your camera’s lens is exactly positionned on the vertical rotation axis of […]

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General

How does Nodalview create 360° virtual visits? What is the difference between a panorama and a tour? Why use a tripod? Why use an additional wide-angle lens? What is bracketing? How do I shoot my first panorama? How do I share a Virtual Tour? ← Back to FAQs

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FAQs

Take at look at our Frequently asked Questions. BASICS How does Nodalview create 360° virtual visits? What is the difference between a panorama and a tour? Why use a tripod? Why use an additional wide-angle lens? What is bracketing? How do I shoot my first panorama? How do I share a Virtual Tour? SETUP How […]

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