In celebration of International Women’s Day, ThingLink has created a series of interactive 360 stories highlighting information about education, healthcare, social justice, as well as women’s economic and political participation globally. The goal of the project is to help educators, students or parents address complex topics such as global gender equality with a new kind of immersive learning experience. The stories are narrated by women from around the world and can be viewed by anyone on desktop, smartphone or with mobile VR headsets such as Google Cardboard or Samsung Gear VR.
Want to send a special holiday greeting this year? We have three great ideas and five stunning photos that you can copy and remix to create your own!
Meet Nicolas Becquet, a Journalist and the Digital Platforms Manager at L'Echo. In this case study Nicolas describes his experience with ThingLink over the past five years and how he utilizes our new 360°/VR image editor for interactive virtual tours. Continue reading and explore the four stunning interactive tours created by Nicolas.
"I have worked with Thinglink for five years and it's a very effective way to create rich pictures quickly. The interactive hotspots are a good way to engage our audience and ThingLink's analytics prove that it performs well.
The visual media landscape has recently evolved for the better with the widespread introduction of 360° content. ThingLink allows digital teams to effortlessly add a final interactive layer to this content. Take this unique use case from the Dallas Morning News showcasing Jerry Jones' Valley Ranch office in a 360° format.
We are excited to announce a partnership with 360Cities.net, the world’s largest network of 360 photographers. As ThingLink’s technology lets users drive engagement with annotated 360-degree photos that can include text, image, audio, and video as well as custom widgets for e-commerce, 360Cities’ worldwide network of panorama photographers can in turn be called upon to capture any place or space around the globe.
Retailers are looking into virtual reality and wondering what’s in it for them and when should they jump in. Should you invest in a shopping experience where a virtual person tries on virtual clothing?