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Sunday, September 11th 2011, 4:46am

External access to random scene in virtual tour (Resolved)


I have built a virtual tour of a museum with many art objects visible per scene (room). My client has made a catalogue of all the artwork (a separate HTML file) and should like to be able to launch the tour from a randomly selected catalogue entry by a link to the corresponding object as it is visible within the tour, i.e., the tour needs to be launched from outside at a scene and in an orientation (h,v, fov) which differs per catalogue entry.

The tour consists of a main xml file with separate xml files per scene. The scene and desired viewing parameters (h, v , fov) per art object are known.

If this topic has already been dealt with in the past I would be grateful for a pointer to the discussion. If not, I am not an experienced javascript/xml programmer and would appreciate some coding hints.

Thanks in advance,

Arie de Ruiter

Edit: Finding the right terms to search the forum was the problem. I have now found a number of relevant earlier postings.

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "apdr" (Sep 11th 2011, 9:21am)

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Sunday, February 5th 2012, 1:41pm

That means looking for:

"Take hlookat vlookat and fov from the


"specifying the scene to load in html
and passing to the xml control file


himself says...

a bit of js and html skills needed, but it can be done!!!!
Thanx apdr and everybody!!!

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "officinepanottiche" (Feb 9th 2012, 1:25pm)