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Everyone loves VR visualizations, but unfortunately, they have some major drawbacks: they need high-end devices and creating this kind of project is difficult and costly and after all, you still probably won't get the same quality.

In brief, real-time is expensive and not portable at all, that's why lots of people still use old fashioned 360 tours, they are cheap, lightweight and they retain the maximum quality you can achieve.

Motiva Layama closes that gap between 360s and VR by transforming your 3d projects into a pseudo-VR webpage, it keeps all the advantages of the 360s but includes a much natural navigation system, camera movements, in addition to this the creation of this projects is even much faster and easier than making that 360s (it takes less than 5 minutes!).

Layama is not only a substitute to VR in some cases exporting your existing scenes from 3dsmax and Blender but also a complement to your VR services since you can export your existing Unreal projects into Layama too.

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Here are a couple of examples:

Apartment (a common example of usage) 3dsmax + Corona: https://www.motivacg.com/softwaredow...ayama/berganza

"Of the future" scene made by Bertrand Benoit (a much more creative example) 3dsmax + Corona + iToo Railclone https://www.motivacg.com/softwaredow.../layama/benoit

Also if you are wondering how to create this kind of project I just recorded some video tutorials (sorry for my super heavy Spanish accent!) https://www.motivacg.com/layama/videotutorials/

I hope you like it, any feedback is welcome!

More info: https://www.motivacg.com/layama

Regards, Víctor