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Look@t

360° Photo Viewer


 

Explore Anywhere - Just Look Around

Explore immersive 360° images in your Hololens. Explore some of our sample images, or upload any rectilinear capture to your OneDrive account and view it in full resolution with your Hololens. Compatible with images from the Ricoh Theta S, Samsung Gear 360, and most other 360° capture systems!

You can open any PNG or JPG image in the Look@t, but this app is designed to display “Rectilinear Projections”. This is the default output format for the Ricoh Theta series, and most other 360° cameras.

Get it on Windows 10

 Getting Started

When you first open Look@t, you will see a menu in front of you. If you don’t, Airtap twice to open it. Once you have the menu open, you can either “Open” an image from your OneDrive or explore one of our “Samples”. Airtapping on samples will allow you to pick from one of three preset photospheres. Airtapping on Open File will move Look@t to the background and allow you to choose any PNG or JPG from your OneDrive. Once you choose an image to view, click on it, then click “Open” in the bottom right. Your photosphere will load, and you’ll be all set to look around!

 

Tips

For Using the App:

  • You will need a file browser application installed to use the Open File functionality. We recommend using the free OneDrive application available from Microsoft.
  • Double Airtap to open or close the main menu.
  • You can open any PNG or JPG image in the Look@t, but images will be distorted unless they are “Rectilinear Projections”. This is the default output format for JPGs from the Ricoh Theta series, and most other 360° cameras.
  • Note: the application may pause momentarily when loading large images from OneDrive – this is normal, and the process can be cancelled by blooming out of Look@t. This will be most prominent with images >10mbs
  • Need Image Help? If you have any issues opening or viewing your photospheres, contact support for free file conversions to formats or projections that work on the lens.

For Your Photospheres:

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  • Use Rectilinear Projections: This application is designed to visualize rectilinear projection photospheres. An example of one is provided above for reference. If you need help making a rectilinear projection using your 360° camera, use the appropriate link below for step-by-step instructions, or shoot us an email at support@mirageholo.com

Support

If you have any issues, please feel free to contact our support directly at support@mirageholo.com.

If you notice a bug – let us know at bugs@mirageholo.com! We’ll buy you a coffee, and fix the bug ASAP.