This template allows you to create your own VR panorama experience, where you can switch forward and back between different panoramas like a slideshow.

Open Scene in New Window

Import ID: 15722197 (How to import a project)

Render your panorama

If you are looking to render from Revit using the A360 Rendering Service, please follow the directions here.

For best results, we recommend 1536 x 1536 as the image size.

Prepare your panorama

This template expects the panorama in a cubemap format. A cubemap has six sides and is constructed from 6 images. We have two eyes so we need a set of 6 images for each eye which makes up for 12 images total.

For each of your panorama that you want to include, the requirement is 12 square images, labeled “0.jpg” to “11.jpg”. Here is what each number corresponds to:


0.jpg R +x
1.jpg R +z
2.jpg R -x
3.jpg R -z
4.jpg R -y
5.jpg R +y
6.jpg L +x
7.jpg L +z
8.jpg L -x
9.jpg L -z
10.jpg L -y
11.jpg L +y

Import into Play

Step 1: Import the Panorama Template above with the ID 15722197


Step 2: Create a new folder in the folder called “panos” and give it a unique name

Step 3: Drag and drop the 12 images into that folder


Look at the Control Graph

Step 4: Click on the first bottom-left node that says “[ENTER] number of panos”


Step 5: Look at the Node Inspector, and under “Inputs > Number > Value”, click on the number, type in the desired number of total panoramas, and hit Enter.


Step 6: Click on the next node that says “[ENTER] folder names”


Step 7: Look at the Node Inspector, and under “Inputs > path”, fill in the folder names of the panos in the desired order.


At this point you are done. Check the Render View to see if your pano experience is behaving correctly. Click the left and right arrows to proceed through your panos.


Once you are happy with your work, you are ready to publish it to the world.

Step 8: Click this button to publish: 06

Look over to the Assets explorer

Step 9: Type in the name that you want. This cannot have any spaces or special characters. This name also needs to be unique and will fail if the name already exists.

Step 10: Then check all the checkboxes for your pano images.

Step 11: Once you’ve done all that, click “Publish”


If everything went smoothly, you should be presented with a dialog with all the details of your newly published scene. At this point, your panos are now publicly available and you can put it on your website and share it with everyone!