About a year ago, there was no good alternative. The extremely tech-savvy photographers, who also owned web consulting companies, seemed to flourish the best in the 360º view market. I needed to put my carefully-made 360º images in a mobile-friendly 360º view player (which I didn’t have), and then I had to help my clients integrate the 360º view software into their website (which I wasn’t very good at). So for a little while I made due with a half-decent Flash player, but integrating it into a client’s website was a headache. I couldn’t keep this up forever, especially with the popularity of Flash-incompatible mobile devices on the rise.
I had to evolve in a big way, so I made a “dream list” of all the things I wanted and needed. With the help of a trusted friend, Jasper, we began to build it.
It took a year to build. It was worth though, and my clients loved it.
Aside from my clients, nobody else knew about it so I showed it to some friends and colleagues. They asked if they could use it too. Slowly but surely, this shifted from a private project to a public platform.
And now that’s where it is today!
I designed it to take all the tech stuff off of my hands, so I could spend less time integrating software and more time doing what I love – photography! Check it out, we hope you like it! Leave a comment on this blog or drop us a line to let us how you like it… don’t worry, we don’t bite ;-)