あらゆる種類のVRカメラと通常のカメラの自動フォーマット検出による画像をサポートしていますが、QooCam EGO, Ricoh Theta, Insta360 One X2などの最新のカメラの写真とCanon RF 5.2mm レンズから撮影したVR180写真のサポートを強調したいです。
It is our goal to create the world's best immersive image viewer for VR180 and VR360 photos (2D & 3D). Watch your own photos inside our app. Create your own immersive galleries with sounds and SFX through the generator tool on our website and watch the results in our app.
We provide 50 immersive sample photos from various places around the world, e.g., Germany (Oktoberfest and castles), Japan and great beach locations. The examples are in VR180 & VR360 format and in low field of view 2D / 3D.
While we support images with automatic format detection for all kind of VR and regular cameras, we want to highlight the support for photos from the most recent cameras like QooCam EGO, Ricoh Theta, Insta360 One X2 and the VR180 photos taken from the Canon RF 5.2mm lens.
夢のような話です。 meta quest 2のImmerVRは本当に美しいもので、感動しています。自分の写真をこのような形で見るのは初めてで、まさに没入感のある体験です。私の愛するスイスの山岳地帯から、高解像度のパノラマ写真やその他の写真をいくつか持っています。それらをアニメーションや円筒形のプロジェクションがあるimmerGalleryで見るのは夢のようです。近々、キヤノンのrf5.2mmステレオレンズを使って、180度の3D写真も作る予定です。
A dream come true. ImmerVR on meta quest 2 is really a beautyful thing, i am impressed. Never before I saw my own pictures in this way and it is a veritable immersed experience. From my beloved mountain-regions in Switzerland i have some high resolution panoramas and other pictures in good resolutions. To see them in immerGallery with its animations and cylindrical projections is a dream. Soon i will also use the Canon rf 5.2mm stereo-lens an produce 180 degrees 3d fotos.
great tool! 私は美術研究者として、空間芸術の分析も行っていますが、その空間性を記録することに問題がありました。immerGalleryのおかげで、カメラで撮影したアートインスタレーションの3D画像を簡単にナビゲートして見ることができるようになりました。私の仕事にとって、まさに飛躍的な進歩です
great tool! As an art scholar, I also analyze spatial art, but have had the problem of documenting its spatiality. With the help of immerGallery, I have been able to easily navigate and view 3D images of art installations captured with my camera. A real quantum leap for my work!
A fine immersive image viewer. ImmerGallery is an image viewer, especially for immersive images, but it can handle anything from “flat” 2D images through stereograms, 2D and 3D surround images (180 and 360 both), and in the most recent update (1.1.5), cylindrical panoramic images of the sort you can take with your cell phone, instead of a dedicated VR camera.
The images, for now, need to be stored on your headset (uPnP is in beta, SMB is coming, they tell me ;)). This is normally a pain, but they also provide a means of downloading a zip file of your images to your headset from places like DropBox, which makes life *much* simpler!
ImmerGallery even allows you to integrate your images with music, voice-overs, textual descriptions and even unobtrusive visual effects such as rain, or snow, or butterflies :). They also allow you, as a viewer, to disable all of these things if you find them annoying. The binding between an image and its effects is done by means of a “.immervr” file; the developers website (immervr.com) has a web app for creating them… but they’re just text files: once you get the pattern you can easily create your own. You can also use the .immervr files to let immerGallery know which format a picture is … or alternatively you can affix a suffix (such as “_3D180”) to your image file name.
They even have a beta feature to let you view your images while lying down on your back :).
All of this is great… but wait, there’s more! ;) Firstly, there’s a demo version, so you can “try before you buy”. Secondly, both the demo and the full version have sets of demo images available, which are very nearly worth the price of the package just by themselves (and they keep adding more!). Great inspiration, if you are just starting out!
Best of all, if you run into problems, the developer is very fast to respond with real information and assistance.
In short, immerGallery is already a very capable and enjoyable image browser, and is rapidly getting more so. Heartily recommended.
Amazing panorama viewer! I am fairly new to VR but one of the aspects that draw me in was the possibility to view my 360 panoramas, I was a bit disappointed on how few applications are available to do this. But luckily for people like me, there is this amazing viewer, 360 panos, 180 panos, cylindrical view, stereo view, this app has it all! now top that with a very responsive and helpful dev and you have yourself the BEST image viewer on the Quest 2.
When I requested a feature from the dev, I was sure it was going to fall into the "Thanks for contacting us!" canned response, but I was very surprised by how quick and how helpful Daniel Pohl was to reply and best of all my request was added to the latest release!
I highly recommend this app if you want to view any type of image, but specially 360 panoramas 2D and 3D!
Great 3D and 2D picture viewer. Just wanted to leave a review here: Immersive pictures in general, especially 360° ones, are an experience everyone should get to see at least once. Standing in one makes you sad that it isn't possible with current technology to have them come to life as real 3D environments, to walk around in. Regardless, being able to have access to images like this is pretty amazing already. And this app does a great job at giving just that access. As someone who hasn't had a VR headset for very long, the app luckily was fairly easy to use. It took me a little bit to figure out some controls, but I was definitely able to navigate without issues or feeling overwhelmed at any point, and that's the most important part. Looking forward to testing out more features of the app, and what more may be added in the future.
Great 3D Viewer! This image viewer automatically detects all image formats (2D, 3D, 180°, 180° stereo, 360°, 360° stereo). This is really useful and saves a lot of time.
How do you get images into the app?
Sure, you can copy images to the VR glasses via the PC, but that is sometimes a bit tedious. With this app, images can also be downloaded as *.zip from a web server. This way, you can also share images with friends. The pictures are loaded onto the VR glasses and are then available even without the Internet. This is especially useful when you want to show pictures on the go.
At home, you can view pictures that are stored on a NAS directly in the app (beta right now). This is also a relatively convenient way, especially if you just want to look through a lot of pictures.
I have a QooCam Ego that I like to take with me on the road. The images are not 180° or 360° but just normal images in 3D, but this app is great for viewing the images. They are simply recognized as 3D.
This app is still young but on the right track. The developers are very responsive and are very interested in feedback. I can therefore only recommend the app. The last updates have improved many small details and new features have been added.
So, I just recommend this app. There is also a free demo that you can test before you buy.
Edit: I just forgot to highlight the way stories can be created (adding music, effects and voice over...). This is really something that makes it not just a image viewer but also a tool to tell stories.
Great immersive image viewer. Even though I do not own a stereoscopic camera, nor a 360° camera, I do enjoy the app a lot. The uploaded pictures from other users are great and enjoyable. The app has made a big step forward since the last update.
The best 180/360° viewer I found! With the Quest2, I primarily wanted to be able to view self-created 180°/3D and 360°/2D photos and videos, now in better quality than with the Oculus Go. The 'TV Viewer' of the Oculus/ Meta Quest 2 manages this very hesitantly, but it is no joy! For each image stored in the memory, for example, you have to manually specify the projection mode 180/360 and 3D/2D again. And the next day the Quest internal browser can't remember: for each object you have to specify these meta-information again! Not so with immer-VR: the browser reads this information from the metadata of the images/videos and immediately displays them correctly! From all well-known camera manufacturers: Insta360, Theta, Xiaomi Mi, Vuze and 2D photos anyway. The operation and display of the controller assignment is also very nicely solved in the app! Even the possibility of creating slide shows with your own sound (mp3 file) for each picture! I have searched in vain for all this with many other viewers. If I had always discovered this App earlier, I could have saved myself a lot of time: a real revelation for me! As a newcomer to the shop, you can save another 25% with the code WELCOME25. I also think it's great that it's a one-off price and not a subscription model! Thanks a lot for that App!
Much more immersive than I imagined. I am doing a lot of 360° photos with my drone, therefore I looked for an application which allows me to view them in VR. immerVR does an awesome job showing them in an immersive way and my 360° drone photos never looked so good.
It has now become my Go-To software when showing my captured photos to friends and family and makes good use of the high resolution of the Meta Quest 2.
The software is really easy to use as it automatically detects the correct picture format and I can extend my photo galleries with additional meta data and even a map showing the location.
Must Buy and ....shame on you Meta! In this review I refer to the retail version as of November 22 and a very constructive exchange with the developer.
First of all: This app is a must buy for all flat and 3D photographers. No matter what photos you take, this app will represent them most beautifully in the quest.
I deliberately watched the demo first. At no time did I have the feeling that I was missing something in the demo. However, what became clear very quickly is that this app is exactly what the quest is currently missing. I can do almost anything I want with my photo, even add effects like snow or rain if I want. In addition, ImmerGallery offers me the possibility to simply load my own 3D photos onto the quest and view them there. If ImmerGallery has not recognized a photo correctly, you can easily correct this and specify the correct format.
Meta's gallery on the quest sucks in comparison, to say the least. You can't zoom or otherwise manipulate photos, you can't view 3D photos, only 180 and 360 degree photos. Seriously, Meta: Why can't I view 3D photos on VR glasses?
Unfortunately, and here we come to the only current downer, I can't enjoy my gallery with my friends, as is currently possible with films on big screens. And I can't do that in ImmerGallery at the moment either. But I can say that a multi"viewer is planned and that the development team behind ImmerGallery is very motivated and has some incredibly interesting ideas regarding this app.
Strongly recommended for your photos! I mainly use my Quest2 for media watching. This is the best photo view so far. It automatically recognize all my formats (2d, 3d-180, 2d-360, 3d-360, etc) and show them in best possible quality. But it's even more: my pictures will be "live" with special fx: falling leaves, snow, rain, etc. And with music+voice over possibility this app worth every cents. Very stable, not a single crash. Only need a nicer UI in future. Oh, and dev is very responsive, have lot of ideas! :)
Useful and great photos app to have. First, thank you developers for this useful photo app. I liked it. The UPnP/ DLNA is good function to have, but it is not always worked. It scans the photo from the file folders, it should send a message to user when it is 100% scan completed to be ready to open , or show the % of photo scan of the file folder to the user before it is selected and opened. More user friendly and helpful messages because the user just doesn't not know what is UPnP/DLNA is doing in the background. Are there slideshow functions to view many photos from a folder. Please continue to add more functions and idea to this ImmerGallery VR. More please. Yes, I do recommend this app for everyone to enjoy.
Good app, good customer service. Good application to watch photos. I miss an option to display in curved projection a flat panoramic image taken with a smartphone, like in a curved screen around you. I think it is relatively easy to implement and it would be a simple mode to enjoy in VR my old panoramic photos, only adjusting zoom and angle. Currently viewing as flat image a photo of say 160º is annoying. The developer has studied this issue and told me that by January he hopes to add this feature.
ついにGoogle Cardboardのソリューションが登場! 昔撮ったGoogle Cardboard Cameraの360°写真をQuest 2で楽しむための良い方法を探していたのですが、まさにこれが私の求めていたものでした! このアプリを使えば、GoogleのCardboard CameraのVR画像をモノラル360°VRでネイティブに見ることができるようになります。しかし、最初に上下方向の立体画像に変換すれば（「Cardboard Camera Converter」でググってください）、フル3Dの360°VRで見ることができるようになります。画像フォーマットの自動検出や、フォルダ（アルバム）の移動もできるので、思い出の写真を簡単に見ることができるのはとても便利ですね。
Finally a solution for Google Cardboard! I've been searching for a better way to enjoy my old Google Cardboard Camera 360° photos on my Quest 2 and this is exactly what I was looking for! This app will allow you to view Google's Cardboard Camera VR images natively in mono 360° VR. However, if you first convert them to top-bottom stereoscopic images (google 'Cardboard Camera Converter') then you can view them in full 3D 360° VR. With the automatic image format detection and ability to navigate through folders (albums), it's such a great way to easily view all my photo memories.
Great VR Image Viewer! After trying the demo version, I recently purchased the full version of immerGallery. I am very happy with it watching my VuzeXR 180 and 360 stills. It is very easy as the image format selection just works automatically. I love the sample galleries and the new Halloween photos that were included!
Best VR Gallery. The full version of immerGallery is worth every cent! The extra functions and effects for my pictures are impressive. The image quality is really high compared to other VR content I have seen. There are more beautiful sample galleries now as well. Highly recommended!
Has all my 3D image viewer requirements. I have been into 3D photography for over 20 years and have recently upgraded to the Canon R5 with the 3D 180 lens. I find that this is by far the best program to view my images on the Oculus headset. With the special added effects and sounds supplied with the program it is easy to make a viewing file to wow my friends. You can also add your own sound effects if you cannot find a suitable one for your photo. The few issues I had were quickly corrected with the following update. I also look forward to the next updates and the downloadable new images. This also works well with my older standard 3D images. This immerGallery program is well worth the money and I highly recommend it. Ralph
Best VR viewer. I love this app Thank You for creating it as there's a lack of platforms to enjoy own creations. The gallery choice is not much more then in the demo version just different. It would also be great in a newer version to be able to manage folders and record audio, or ad own audio files. Otherwise enjoyed being able to view my own VR stereo images. Another idea would be a platform to share images... I really hope You guys still working on the app because it has potential. I love the fx and sound overlays, would definitely enjoy more overlay options. This is the best VR image viewer I found so far,and I tried all available on Quest 2.
Fantastic immersive picture app. I would like to congratulate you on this successful app. The installation is simple and the handling self-explanatory. After the installation directly into my Meta Quest 2 and the subsequent loading of my immersive files into pictures, it literally took my breath away. The plasticity and the super depth Had been new to me. My photos gave me the feeling of being right there again and in the midst of it. Often I felt a shudder down my spine, when there is an abyss at my feet (trick shot).There seemed to be so much more detail, so much more to see. Added extras such as rain, snow and the meadows put life in the one or other 180 sbs shot. Further add some of the supplied music to greatly enhance the mood. I have waited some time for such an app and now I luckily found - immerVR - and I can seriously recommend the – ImmerGalery - to anyone wanting the best out of his immersive photo collection.
It gets the important stuff right! After being impressed by the free demo, I bought the full version. And it actually gets my images displayed without tweaking and fixing image formats and so on. It just works and shows you your photos. Of course there is a lot more to it, quality is as good as it can be on a Quest, it’s self explaining and intuitive. The dev is responsive as well… very curious what the future holds for is. I really like the map view being attached to the controller, it’s a neat idea.