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First I don't want make an animation. I just want to understand how I can make a Scene and wander around in it with 360°.

I mean this as an example.

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    $\begingroup$ um... parent the camera to an empty, and animate the empty to rotate 360°? $\endgroup$ – X-27 wants to Reinstate Monica Mar 3 '16 at 14:10
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    $\begingroup$ He means 360° video, you can pan around in his example. $\endgroup$ – Ezra Mar 3 '16 at 14:54
  • $\begingroup$ X-27 gave you the answer, just don't animate it. I think X-27 should officially write the answer, so you can give the credit where it is due, but until that happens, do these basic steps: Shift+S >> Cursor to Center, Shift+A >> Empty >> Plain Axis, Select the Camera, Shift + Select The Empty, Ctrl + P >> Object, Hit A to deselect All, Select The Empty, Hit Numpad 0, Hit R, Hit Z, Then move your mouse. $\endgroup$ – Rick Riggs Mar 3 '16 at 15:53
  • $\begingroup$ @poor and Jerryno, Polosson, ARadish & ,stacker, I think, he asked something different than in the question you marked as a duplicate - have you had a look at his example video? $\endgroup$ – Samoth Mar 3 '16 at 20:09
  • $\begingroup$ @Samoth Let's wait for the OP - consider that your edit is not confirmed yet. In general more effort would be nice, then I will vote to reopen with pleasure ;) $\endgroup$ – p2or Mar 4 '16 at 6:47
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In blender cycles, change your camera settings to these360 camera settings

Then render and use KolorEyes to run your 360 video: http://www.kolor.com/kolor-eyes/

Hope this helped.

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There is a great App VRAIS which uses Blender and they provide a tutorial of how to render stereoscopic panoramas for this App:

  • Render dimension: 2048x1024 for starters, and for final rendering 4096x2048 (just type in 200% in the render percentage).
  • In the Render Layers Panel, enable "Views"
  • Set your camera to Panoramic. Choose "Equirectangular" from the dropdown menu
  • Enable "spherical stereo" (Only available in Dalai's version)
  • set the pivot point to „Center“

Or you could watch some not so static 360° Videos on YouTube. Pedro Gaspar made a tutorial of how to create them in Blender. Blenderrendersky already created some videos in the BGE with this method.

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