Lumion product information


Now there is a simple way for your clients

to take a look inside your models.


Lumion can render 360 panoramas and upload them to the cloud. When finished, you automatically receive a link to view the result through email.






See for yourself

Viewable on any device

MyLumion uses HTML5 and WebGL technology to create the interactive experience. This means that you can use nearly all modern browsers, phones and tablets to view projects interactively. A link to MyLumion works just as easy as linking to an online video.  The beauty of MyLumion is that it allows for full control over what client sees while still allowing enough freedom to look around.

How to get started


To get started you need to make sure you have at least Lumion 6.0 and click the panorama button. When you press this button it will take you to panorama mode where you can render your panorama to MyLumion.

Frequently asked questions

Why does it have a beta status?


The beta status means MyLumion is still under development.


You can use it 'as is' but as long as it has a beta status it contains functionality which is still being tested and is in principle temporary and not guaranteed.


Please be aware of the following limitations:

- Limited to 10 projects online

- Online until November 2016 (Although will probably be extended beyond this date.)


By using the beta version of MyLumion you help us better understand what we need to do to improve it.


What are the requirements?


To view the results online you need a browser that supports WebGL and Java-script. In practice this means most modern browsers on both desktop and mobile devices.

More info here.


To create a panorama on MyLumion you need to use Lumion or Lumion Pro. The minimum requirements  are listed on

 this page.

Are there any extra costs involved?


The beta of MyLumion is currently free. This means anyone with a valid license for Lumion can upload projects to MyLumion without any costs. Based on how people use the website, a decision will be made later about whether the service will remain completely free.


To create panoramas on this website you need Lumion. To view licensing options for Lumion please check out this page.

What is MyLumion?


It is a website where you can upload 360 panoramas from Lumion.


A 360 panorama is different from movies and videos because people can look around. It is a kind of 'Google Street View' for your own designs. Viewers can pick a position in scene and view a building, a park or any other location from that position.



Can anybody view my 360 panorama?


To view a 360 panorama, you will need a special web link. This link contains a long random code which is nearly impossible to guess.


This means that if you provide someone with the link, then they can view the panorama but without it, it is highly unlikely, though not impossible, that someone will be able to guess the web link of your panorama.

Can I use MyLumion commercially?


MyLumion is currently undergoing beta testing. This means you can use the service 'as is'.


You can already send your clients a link but please be aware that the service might be interrupted or we might change elements. We are dedicated to keeping everything running smoothly but please understand that the site is still undergoing testing.

Any limitations I should be aware of ?


The current beta version has the following limitations:

  • Max 10 viewpoints per panorama
  • Max 10 panoramas per Lumion license
  • No password protection


When you exceed the limit of 10 panoramas per Lumion you are required to make room for any new project you want to upload.

Are there any apps to view MyLumion panoramas on a tablet or phone?


Currently there is no dedicated app to view project. We have focused on making MyLumion compatible with mobile browsers instead of an app.

How long does it take to render a panorama?


The render time depends on the number of viewpoints. The render time is about the same as rendering 18 stills or ~0.5 seconds of video in Lumion.


The absolute render time depends on the complexity of the scene and the speed of the workstation but a typical render of 10 viewpoints takes about 5 to 10 minutes on an average workstation.


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