For a school assignment (innovative project) I want to create a sort-of infographic, but then in Google Cardboard.
I've got a bunch of panoramic images (not created in Cardboard camera) but it doesn't recognize them in cardboard and I can't convert them with the link mentioned here: https://developers.google.com/vr/concepts/vrview
It doesn't have to be 3D (since the images are not 3d as well), and no audio/video is needed. I simply need to put text on a panoramic image and let it be shown in the cardboard app, so a person can 'look around' in the infographic. If need be, I can make a image with google cardboard, but I still have to place text and/or icons/images on it. That's the main issue I have.
When opening a cardboard photo in photoshop, adding text and saving it, it doesn't recognize the photo as a cardboard photo anymore. I suspect it has to do something with the EXIF data, or that photoshop saved it as a non-mpo jpg file.
Is this in any way possible? Thanks in advance.
edit: OK, I've come as far as creating a 360 photo that displays correctly in facebook. When trying to convert the image, it says 'no valid right eye image found in XMP metadata'. How do I fix this?