CAMHDR 360 Photos 360 Photos
Share an immersive view of your world


Getting Started

The world has changed toward a 3D era.our technology are day by day working on 3dimential video, photos and the 360 takes major role in this.

Nature 360 Inspire

Nature 360 image at hill

360 Degree beach of sea

Choose a place or moment that inspires you

Place yourself at the center of the experience and capture a panoramic photo using your phone or a 360 photo using a 360 camera.


How it works?

It Basically a normal image with 360 Degree viewing angle


How to capture this kind of Shot?

This is shot by smartPhone. And 360 camera with takes outstanding quality and colours.


What is Gcam?

Gcam means Google Pixel camera.This image take 12+ shot of 360 degree image sample and merge them.


How to enjoy this 360 image?

Touch with our two fingers and slide slowly in any direction its like virtual reality, Virtual reality is an upgraded system of 360degree imaging.


You will start with 360-degree camera, but it is so expensive, I have an alter net solution, what? Yes.... you can shoot this kind of image with Gcam (Google Pixel mod).it takes 12+ set of image sample with smartphone and merge in to one.

A 360 Photo is a photo that allows you to view more than just a snapshot of a scene. Some types of 360 photos even let you view the scene from every angle: above, below, behind and next to you. You can also create 360 Photos by using special 360 camera hardware, taking a panorama on from and iPhone camera or certain Android cameras, or snapping a photo sphere from certain apps like Street View and Google Camera. 


Yes, sure but keep in mind your mobile is running on android and version 8.0 oreo, later you have enabled a Camera 2 API setting for this (check on YouTube to unlock bootloader)After unlock bootloader and camera2api, Install the latest version of Gcam from google or XDA.developers.the latest version is 7.3 and install and have more option with  {Photosphere}open and enjoy


Yes, Gcam have default 360degree player, Also 2nd option is google photos run smoothly.Also use Oculus 360 Photos app on Gear VR and Oculus Rift.

360 photos are available on News Feed on web (Chrome, Firefox and Safari); iOS (iOS v8 or newer and iPhone 5s or newer); and Android (OS v4.4 or newer and devices from 2013 or newer)


To be recognized as a 360 photo, your photo file must have the correct metadata. We currently recognize iPhone, iPad, and certain Android phone panoramas, photos from Street View, Google Camera or Cardboard Camera and photos taken with a dedicated 360 camera.

  • Photos with valid Photo Sphere XMP metadata. This includes both panoramas and full sphere photos. 
  • Google's Street View iOS and Android apps and Samsung Surround Shot mode on Galaxy devices produce photos in this format. Many 360 cameras also use this metadata, such as the Ricoh Theta S and the Samsung Gear 360.
  • iPhone panoramas must not be cropped or resized, and cover at least 100 degrees field of view horizontally.
    • 4S and newer
  • iPad panoramas must not be cropped or resized, and cover at least 100 degrees field of view horizontally.
    • iPad mini 2, 3, 4
    • iPad Air and iPad Air 2
    • iPad Pro
  • Facebook will make a best effort attempt to convert Samsung Galaxy panoramas. The following restrictions apply:
    • Must not be resized
    • Must cover between 100 and 345 degrees field of view horizontally
  • Photo spheres (e.g. Street View, Google Camera, Theta S)
  • Advanced: some image stitching tools like PTGui export with Photo sphere metadata



Viewing a 360 photo should not have a significantly different impact on your device's battery life than viewing other photos on Facebook.


Viewing a 360 photo generally uses the same amount of data as viewing a collection of regular photos when connected to WiFi. However, people that like to view photos using cellular data are encouraged to keep track of how much data they are using to avoid unexpected data charges.


Other 360 photo capture apps include the Google Street View iOS or Android app. You can use it for panoramas or photospheres. After capturing the photo, open the Facebook app or your photo gallery to post the photo. Any app that supports Photo Sphere XMP metadata is also a good option, including Samsung Surround Shot mode, Google Camera photosphere mode, and Google's Cardboard Camera app. Lastly, Facebook will make a best effort attempt to convert panoramas from the built in panorama mode on many Samsung and Apple devices. See below for more detail


5 1 vote
Article Rating

Leave a Reply

1 Comment
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Very nice and creative bro keep updating new contents.

Scroll to Top