Must-have for high-resolution stills. I use it for 360°-2D-pictures with 32768x16384 Pixels and it works fine. The immersive impression is fantastic. Recently I added 3D-pictures by the Canon Double Fisheye - no problem. Thanks to the stuff and their work!
Excellent Software and Support. Flawless, the software has work really well on the Quest3, no problems at all. I had a lot of questions that were not photography related and Daniel went out of his way to help me get the information and assets I needed. It could not have gone any better!!!!!!
Library of Realities.com review:. ImmerGallery enables the viewing of 3D stereoscopic images and 360-degree photography in VR a high degree of fidelity. It does not however support playback of any form of video.
The image viewer boasts the ability to automatically detect the format of any type of image file that you throw at it. Albums provide gallery thumbnails that are annotated to differentiate between 2D from 3D photographs, as well as square, 180-degree and 360-degree frames. The software handled everything we tried throwing at it.
ImmerGallery also offers zoomable maps for geotagged photography, options to add voiceovers and other background audio, and superimposed graphical effects that include rain, snow, butterflies, and even hot air balloons. We found the rain and snow effects to be a nice novelty, though the simplistic cartoon graphics that the hot air balloon layer adds to drone videos were an unnecessary distraction to us.
The menu system is mostly clean and easy to understand, though some of the design and UI choices could be further refined to reduce clutter and improve navigation. We're also pleased that the developer shows continued enthusiasm towards improving the product further, while providing excellent product detail on their website and YouTube channel.
If you're interested in checking out ImmerGallery but are uncertain about the price, they offer a demonstration version that includes sample images and allows you to view up to ten of your own images.
✅ High fidelity viewer that handles every format we could find. ✅ Lots of sample images and a demo version available. ✅ Strong developer support. ❌ Some questionable graphic design choices.
Scanning UPNP servers takes forever. I really want to recommend this software but I cannot right now. Right now the only method that allows you to watch your gallery is either download it from internet or copy it to internal memory of your device. Local media server scanning takes 15-30 minutes in my case and it wont be that of a problem if it was only one time but when you add pictures to your gallery you need to rescan again in order to watch them. Moon vr player literally takes 3 seconds to scan your server as it should be.
Great but... Great app, but it needs to be easier to access user's own pictures. Hope that the developers can add the function to access images on local network or the Internet. This is very useful because I believe most users would not put all their images in the headset.
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As the developer said, I can enable SMB in experimental settings. But I need to manually add IP address to access the device on my local network. The scan button seems not work for me.
And I found this app does not support some character codes, for example, it cannot show Chinese characters in the SMB explorer.
There is another problem: This app can only show 500 images in one folder, which needs to be improved in the future.
Honest bottom line review. Bought this based on majority 5 star reviews Menu interface confusing will not recognize vuse 3d 360 3d photos they are top bottom format must manually adjust settings and on nas server crashes force closes when open about every 10th photo music annoying this app needs work it would be nice if can fine tune the depth and have zoom in out on 3d 360 photos like some other apps. I advise not to buy this app till these glitches are cleaned up
great presentation for 2D and 3D photos. I was already enthusiastic about the demo version, but the full version tops everything again. I imported a 360-degree 3D image of a skybox, including a music file, and the experience is terrific, totally immersive. Great work done by the developers. Congratulations!
Best 360 / 3D / Panorama Photo Viewer. €15 for a photo viewer is quite a steep price. However, clear focus on (360) photos and panorama, nice GUI, and SMB support are excellent. Nice feature: the catalog of downloadable photo “slideshows” has many beautiful images and serves as inspiration for your own shots.
Wonderful. I've finally subscribed to the payng full version of Immergalley, all the more so as, as a new comer in metaquest the credit was offered by Meta as a welcome gift. I absolutely don't regret this subscription. This application is simple and astounding. It allows me to look at my pictures and see my characters in real size. I can listen also to some musical backround. I can even look at my own appartment with the special option of passthrought camera. And then all objects appear as if they were drawn with a white line. Every time I have a question I can write to the developpers who answer me nearly the same day. I feel a great gratitude for their advice and attentions and of course for their application.
Fantastic app to display 360 panoramas. I'm using this to showcase my 360 stereoscopic renderings from Lumion to clients/users and it works wonderfully, including easily moving from one image to the next. I searched for days among outdated apps and overpriced packages before I found this gem. I can't believe there aren't more like it that actually works.
An awesome app!! I purchased the ImmerVR app a couple of months ago to use as a viewer for 360 drone photos, 3d 360 photos, and smaller format 3d photos I've shot over the years. Its really a treat to be able to view pictures in the large VR format. Too much fun! Its breathing new life into old hobbies!
The app is pretty straight forward for basic use. Photos are simply loaded into folders on the app, which recognizes different image formats and plays them back properly.
ImmerVR has quite a number of really cool features for designing slide shows with voice over narration, music, maps, and really interesting added visual and audio effects which create a very immersive experience. I'm currently learning to use these tools on a project. ImmerGallery has a tool on their website which guides you through the customization steps if you're wanting the ultimate slide show, but many features can be added on the fly within the app if that more suits your needs..
Additionally, I am very impressed with the responsiveness of ImmerGallery. I had a couple of small questions which I emailed about, and both were resolved by Daniel immediately.
Well thought out. After playing with the demo version for some time, I knew I had to buy the full version. And it really exceeded my expectations. What a great app! Well thought out, with the eyes of developers that know what they are doing to suit photographers of all levels. An extra compliment has to be made to the developers for their quick, extensive, and very helpful responses. The app will be developed further, and I'm sure lots of great features will be added, taking requests from people that are using the app very seriously. But the app is full of wonderful features already, and the extensive free galleries are great examples of how to make the best pictures in cities and in nature. And I am really triggered to take up 180 or 360 photography because now I have the perfect app to view my photos with.
Excellent app. immerGallery is a very good app to have to view your vr images. Galleries can be presented with audio in describing the vr image being viewed. Nice way to show your friends.
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.
Suggestion for a killer feature. I bought this app yesterday and so far it is the best 3D viewer I have tried. I am shooting handheld stereos with my DSLR (two consecutive L and R photos with a little shift of the camera position) and combining them into side by side *.JPS format using the StereoPhotoMaker. I was pleased that I can simply upload such photos to my Quest 2 and view them in the ImmerGallery in VR. It works really great. One suggestion for a new feature is to save the "zoom" factor for each photo because using the handheld method the paralax is never the same and it takes some time to tweak the distance. The killer feature for me would be an integration with google photos. I keep most of my photos well organized in albums there. That way viewing an album including panoramas, photospheres and side by side stereo photos would be so easy and enjoyable. The UX/UI of the application is fine but it could be better. With the VR posibilities I can imagine something better then "explorer" style of browsing folders. Anyway thank you for making this app!
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.