VR photography (after virtual reality photography) is the interactive viewing of wide-angle panoramic photographs, generally encompassing a 360-degree circle or a spherical view. The results are known as VR photograph (or VR photo), 360-degree photo, photo sphere, or spherical photo, as well as interactive panorama or immersive panorama.
VR tour is the art of capturing or creating a complete scene as a single image, as viewed when rotating about a single central position. Normally created by stitching together a number of photographs taken in a multi-row 360-degree rotation or using an omnidirectional camera, the complete virtual reality image can also be a totally computer-generated effect, or a composite of photography and computer-generated objects. There are several ways of capturing VR photography like: Rectilinear stitching, this involves the rotation of a digital camera, typically in the portrait (up and down) position and centered directly over the tripod; Spherical stitching, this method requires the use of a “Fisheye lens” equipped digital SLR camera. 360 VR Tour in Delhi for virtual tour required more expensive virtual tour camera equipment including (for example) a Sigma 8mm f/3.5 lens which allowed photographers to set their rotator heads to 90° and capture a complete virtual tour of any scene in just 4 shots (0°, 90°, 180°, 270°); Cubical stitching, this technique was one of the first forms of immersive, floor to ceiling virtual tours; One-shot optics, using one-shot panoramic optics one can create quick and easy panoramic videos and images such as the type used on the iPhone. Virtual reality is a way to immerse users in an entirely virtual world. You are able to interact with the surroundings and are granted basic freedoms that 360 video simply can’t match. Simply put, you can control the experience. It creates an alternate world for you and place you inside it.