Quick test of 360 degree ‘RenderSpheres’?

I’ve tested these 360 degree images before, but no one else had the ability to view them. Now everyone and their pets can view them on TV’s or Mobile Devices, so I decided to do some tests.

This isn’t my model, it was grabbed from a 3d Render Challenges website from years ago, but I did do the basic lighting. I thought I’d fixed all the errors, but a few still exist and I probably won’t fix those now, but move onto something else.

Rendered in LightWave 2018 using the new VR Camera support.

It even saved the image with the correct EXIF data to load perfectly in Facebook and Google Photos as a photosphere! Nice!
[vr url=https://www.lairdsquared.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/PANO_NatHistMus_LWRender.jpg view=360]
[vr image=”https://www.lairdsquared.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/PANO_NatHistMus_LWRender.jpg” view=360]

Much simpler than I thought… Now we’re cooking on gas!!!

When I first set up my WordPress site, I instantly installed JetPack (as most people do I think) and let it do its thing.

One thing I didn’t know, it had changed my mobile version of the site to look a bit pap. Sort of plain white, with awful drop-down menus and things.

I’ve only right this second managed to hunt the abysmal design down and you’ll be pleased to know it’s now, well and truly, off! Things are now looking much nicer around here for you mobile folks.

Hopefully no one was too offended by the horrific looking mobile site I’ve had for the past 5 years, but now, I’m pleased to announce, it’s all looking dandy… apologies for the wait 🙂