The most immersive way to view the hundreds of thousands of 360° images and videos on 360cities.net is in Virtual Reality (VR). You can enjoy the VR experience either by using a dedicated head mounted display (headset) like the Oculus Rift or HTC Vive or by using mobile devices with a VR headset like Google Cardboard or Samsung Gear VR, also with Samsung Internet for Gear VR.
We're committed to providing the best possible viewing experience in a VR environment
If you have a VR headset, you can view any panorama or video in VR with by clicking on the cardboard icon inside the panorama or video.
We have recently made it possible for you to create sets of panoramas in which viewers can navigate from one image to another without removing their VR headset
PLUS account holders and above can now create sets of images that can be viewed in VR. It is a great feature that allows viewers to navigate from one image to another without having to take off their VR headset.
You can now organize your panoramas in sets and share them with your family, friends and customers. You can create as many sets as and share them as widely as you want.
To see all of the sets on 360Cities just go to the Contributor Sets Gallery > select the curated set you want to see > and click on . You'll be able to navigate around the 360º images of that set from your desktop or from your mobile device.
Rotate your head and body to choose the panorama you want to see. With your VR device on, stare at the panoramic image chosen and it'll be opened for you. Enjoy the experience!
You can also navigate from video to video and image to image in our 360° video and stereoscopic panorama galleries
You'll be able to navigate around the gallery from your desktop or your mobile device.
Rotate your head and body to choose the video or stereo image you want to see; or change to a different gallery page to find more videos or stereo images. With your VR device on, stare at the video or stereo image chosen and it'll be opened for you.