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Wednesday, August 26th 2009, 12:14pm

My new tour concept online

We are proud to show the first tour (Hotel Castle Gabelhofen) based on our new concept:
The concept development was minor a "technical show (what´s possible...)" but a thing of "how should things (infospots, text, detailpictures) work for none-computerfreaks.

it comes with:
* a new infomode concept: switching ("i") disappears/appears all spots, navigation, buttons (except nadir hotspot)
(designed for objects with much more spots than here)
--> better example for this is our Demotour St.Peters Church , Salzburg (scene 3).
* thumb-selector with bigger "onover" scene-preview (size depening on actual windowsize)
* variable textfield for scene-title and description
* info spots showing (mini-) content for "what info to get if i click"
* detailpictures to click (size depening on actual windowsize) - automatically assignet with text if text is in its
xml-place (see Demotour St.Peters Church , Salzburg (scene 3)
* map with syncronized blinking mapspots
* non-rotating nadir (distorted hotspot...)
* multilevel cubic panos (8000x4000 px each)

* little planet intro

feedbacks are very wellcome!
best regards from www.PanAustria.com

machart

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Wednesday, August 26th 2009, 1:20pm

hi!

i only see a black screen...
__close to the rainbow__
_D300S|Sunwayfoto|iMaci7|PM|APP|KRP_
www.panographie.net

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Wednesday, August 26th 2009, 1:48pm

*confused* all links are working fine for me (on MacOS Safari, FF and on Windows IE and FF) - so ???

Anyone else with viewing problems?
best regards from www.PanAustria.com

Tuur

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Occupation: Krpano custom coding / Virtual Tours / Photography / Musician / Recording engineer

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Wednesday, August 26th 2009, 2:34pm

Hi,

very nice!!!

it works here in Holland wireless adsl..


a few questions:

- how did you make onover with the thumbnails that it shows an picture field??
- nice radar... how did you make the text showsup move radar.... oder ich meine Radar ziehen..

've seen some other things i like..
like the textfield in the left bottom moving and scrolling...

Do you have some code for that?? saves me some time ;-)


Very nice... will you tell me what is your price (in private message) for this ??

Thanx and CHEEEERRS ( you've got some nice KRPano wine in stock there... the Julienas is comming soon ;-P )

Tuur *thumbsup*
http://www.virtualtuur.com
Skype:studiotuur

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Friday, June 18th 2010, 4:00pm

Excellent

606r

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Friday, June 18th 2010, 5:38pm

HI!
Interesting pop up previews (may be smaller size?)
At my 1920x1200 not the best performance (core2duo 7200 2GHz). That's why I don't use fullscreen by default.
And try radial gradient mask for radars. Create layer with radial gradient (black to transparency or white to transparency) >Copy to all layers>place every gradient to hotspot> delete non selected area with feather 1px(for smoothing edges) If you have any questions i can explain better.

This post has been edited 2 times, last edit by "606r" (Jun 18th 2010, 5:56pm)


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Friday, June 25th 2010, 11:43am

Superb ! Nothing to suggest as an improvement. Top example of the current art ! *smile*

dany89vl

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Occupation: Panoramas, Web Design, Graphics

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Saturday, June 26th 2010, 10:18am

Very nice tour. I like the preview of hotspots on the map and the effect of the text field from left down side.
Congratulation! You have made a very interactive tour.
See two of our tour:
1) Apartment

- Apartment virtual tour
It has: map(with buttons(map 1, map2 and close map)), photo gallery, radars, tranzition beetween panoramas

2) Romanian Spa
- Virtual Tour Baile Olanesti - Romania
_______________________________________________
Virtual Tour Romania - 360Concept
www.360concept.ro

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Tuesday, June 29th 2010, 9:27pm

Very nice pictures and a great tour concept. But I think the architectural view takes a bit of its brilliance. Panning vertically feels like back then when I was in the forest and found that funny mushrooms.
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mhobbi01

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Sunday, July 4th 2010, 12:45am

Hi,

Very nice Tour!!! *thumbsup*

How did you make onover with the thumbnails that it show in the middle of screen??

Thanks in advance...
Maz
Maz

Virtual Tour Group Inc.
VirtualTourGroup.com

Graydon

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Saturday, July 10th 2010, 9:33am

looks great

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Sunday, July 25th 2010, 8:07pm

Thank you all for your advices!

In the meantime i went on further in this concept and did a huge job last year (170 panos, and it still continues...). I even won a competition with it; see the thread here !
Interesting pop up previews (may be smaller size?)
How did you make onover with the thumbnails that it show in the middle of screen??
The pop up size depends on your actual windowsize; the bigger the
window, the bigger the preview - it is sth. i only could solve using
actionscript-code...
Of course i could code a smaller value for that percentage, but i think it´s OK (and - most important - my customers do) :-)

But I think the architectural view takes a bit of its brilliance
You definitifely are right, but it is a compromise i choose for best optical performance (NO wavey line) if the user has flashplayer10-plugin installed. Wavey lines is a "NO GO"! if there is a way off...
best regards from www.PanAustria.com

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