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Welcome to the Virtual Traveler :
While there are numerous websites and apps that offer 360 degree panoramic tours, there are few that combine the immersive photographic content with historical information. This website seeks to fill that gap by providing virtual tours that offer a 360 degree perspective while also explaining the significance of what you see. Virtual Traveler features both desktop tours and tours that can be viewed through Google Cardboard and similar headset devices.  The world awaits.....
Types of Virtual Tours
Desktop Virtual Tours
VR App FAQ          
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Small VT GraphicTypes of Virtual Tours: There are two categories of tours available:




Deskt
op Tours with audio narration--they are free and featured on this site. These tours were created on Round Me, a 360 photosphere website.  They can be viewed from your desktop or mobile device, as well as via the VR headsets on mobile devices using the Round.Me app. However, the audio files will not play on the mobile device app using the goggles.

VR Headset Tours that utilize Google Cardboard or similar VR headsets. Most of them can also be used without VR gear on the smartphone's'screen. Unlike the VR option on the Round Me app, these offer audio narration.The apps are available on Google Play or the iTunes store. There are links to these below each desktop tour.There are two editions of each VR app:

Desktop Virtual Tours:

[To activate the audio track, click on the "sound" icon in the upper right hand corner and select the "Allow Audio" option.]


Taj Mahal, Agra, India


To see this tour in full screen follow this link to the Round Me site
VR Taj Lite
VR Taj Mahal
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Angkor Wat Temple, Siem Reap, Cambodia

To see this tour in full screen follow this link to the Round Me site

VR Angkor Wat Lite
VR Angkor Wat          
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Google Play
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VR App FAQ: here you can find answers to issues related to the Google Cardboard and VR headset apps


Virtual Traveler Icon Goes HereAbout the Virtual Traveler Project
I am an international school teacher who enjoys visiting historic sites and creating virtual tours for students, the disabled, and armchair travelers.
I am in the process of making desktop tours and also apps to be used in Google Cardboard or similar virtual reality headsets. They will feature sites in Asia and elsewhere. Most of the software used to make these tours is free or inexpensive, and within the reach of most teachers and hobbyists. If you have questions about how to make these tours, suggestions for tours you would like to see, or suggestions for improving the tours or this site, please email me here.
The Virtual Traveler


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