How to share and embed VR content with VeeR

28 Jul , 2018 News VeeR VR

How to share and embed VR content with VeeR

Focus on building the best community for all 360/VR lovers, VeeR has always been a strong believer of sharing. Now that we are supporting 360° photos, videos and interactive experience. You could easily share these VR content on any social media as well as embedding them into your own site or blog. These multi-media content will offer your audience a whole new viewing experience, giving them the freedom of choosing where and how they want to look. In this article, we will show you exactly how to share and embed a 360° photo step by step.

Sharing any 360 degree content from VeeR on social network 

1. Go on https://veer.tv/photo  and click on the share button right below the 360 photo you would like to share.

2. Simply click on the social network you want to share at

 

3. Ta-dah! It’s here! Move your mouse around to check out the full panoramic photo!

Embedding a 360 photo/video or interactive experience in your own site or blog

Instead of clicking on a specific social network, simply copy the embed link to your website or the content management source you are using for your site or blog. 

Now let’s see how it looks at:

 
 
The same goes for embedding interactive experience. Click share button on the bottom right and simply copy the embed link to your website or the content management source you are using for your site or blog.
 
 
 
Now let’s take a look of how it looks like:

 Simple as that! With just one line of code, your virtual tour can be embedded on any site. VeeR supports an algorithm that pushes your work to the most interested audiences for maximum exposure, and potentially helps you monetize in the most efficient way.
 
Other 360 degree photo related tips:

VeeR VR is a leading VR content platform with the mission of empowering everyone to create and share virtual reality content. Within a year of its establishment, it’s become a phenomenon sweeping through the 360 community, and has been featured on Google Daydream, Samsung Gear VR and HTC Vive. While we believe that VR is the future of storytelling, we want to encourage all VR lovers to create beyond boundaries.

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2 Responses

  1. John Barkley says:

    How would one embed an image or video without losing the device orientation functionality?

  2. Manjiri says:

    I tried embedding the link mentioned by you in the article. I am using Godaddy for my website. I added HTML code in my page. It is showing 360 rotating earth but it is not showing 360-degree photo.

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