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Monday, December 26th 2011, 11:48pm

Panorama Viewer with Javascript only (like StreetView)

Hi, does krpano include a fallback for viewing the panorama with Javascript only?
something like this:…etview-map.html

Regards !


Wednesday, December 28th 2011, 1:06pm

No, you can use the new zoomify wich use all JS and HTML5
Later Krpano will probably do it


Wednesday, December 28th 2011, 5:17pm

Zoomify? I've visited the link but I can't see how to apply that to a spherical panorama.
Anyway, the viewer from GoogleSV doesn't requiere HTML5, it works in IE8 (even in IE7 mode).
I think it's a nice and very useful fallback when everything else fails (this could be very common in old mobile devices, without Flash CSS3 and HTML5)


Sunday, January 1st 2012, 3:28pm

Would be very nice to have krpano working without flash or html5.




Monday, January 2nd 2012, 2:24am

Would be very nice to have krpano working without flash or html5.


Monday, January 2nd 2012, 10:33am

;). I know. Well, let's hope then that html5 is working in all browsers soon!


Monday, January 2nd 2012, 7:37pm

Well, I searched a little bit for this and I found out that Pano2VR has a good smooth solution that also works in Firefox:
(I don't want to use that software, but this sample looks good).
I also found this link:
This works terrible right now (not smooth), but maybe with some modifications it can be ok.



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Monday, January 2nd 2012, 8:01pm

Maybe you should try this after disabling the flash plugin in Firefox.

It may give you an understanding why Krpano and Pano2VR is not supported in Firefox.

I have not tried it but I would not be surprised if a clean KRpano js pano without any additions of any kind also works in Firefox.



Monday, January 2nd 2012, 8:10pm

The examples on the website ( for example) only work in Safari, Chromium doesn't work.

But happily I'm reading this:
"The big steps regarding HTML5/Javascript support are now already done with the new krpanoJS viewer. The rendering output - now via CSS 3D Transforms - is only one small part of the viewer, adding also other rendering possibilites (like WebGL) should be not that big thing. "

I think WebGL does work in browsers like Firefox, so I hope it will be supported soon.