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panomaster

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Wednesday, July 9th 2014, 12:43pm

IKEA Metod Showroom

Plus icon - extended tooltip, hand icon - dragable hotspot.

http://www.ai360.pl/projekty/ikea3/

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Wednesday, July 9th 2014, 3:48pm

Nice work but Flash only?

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Wednesday, July 9th 2014, 4:38pm

Unfortunately yes. Dragable hotspots are distorted hotspots which don't work in html5.

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Friday, July 11th 2014, 3:19am

It's a shame as everyone and their dog has an iPad these days and all that design work and good photography seems a waste just for flash, unless you want to charge them again in the future to make a HTML5 version also ;-)

Looking at it from a sales point of view and reaching the largest audience possible is there not a way to lose the dragging feature and just replace with an open or closed image? I think most people have an idea of what the steps look like in between a drawer being open and closed. Perhaps a nice pop up window like your text windows but showing the 'open drawer' image. It's not like you would have to take any more photos again as you already have each sequence.

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Friday, July 11th 2014, 9:52am

Nice tour, and the dragable hotspots feature is great !
But why do you say distorted hotspots doesn't work in html5 ?
If you look in the examples you'll find distorted hotspots wich are dragable in html5...
Anyway I agree with andrew, gragable feature is nice but to be more easy to use for everyone (wich aren't used to panoramas) you should execute the open/close onclick I guess.

Great job !

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Friday, July 11th 2014, 10:47am

Andrew: you are absolutely right. I realize that mobile and tablets should not be ignored nowadays. But we started to make mobile versions a few months ago. We are finishing two projects having both Flash and HTML version (designed for tablets). I'll show you as far as we finish work.

Jeromebg: I've read about limitations KRPano a few months ago - as far as I remember distorted hotspots were not supported (but maybe it concerned older versions of KRPano?). I'll make some tests. Thanks for your info.

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Tuesday, October 28th 2014, 7:52am

very nice. Mouse over how to do