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Tuesday, January 31st 2017, 11:04am

Dynamic positioning of hotspots

Hi Everyone,

I got a question regarding the relation of hotspots to a pano. I would like to dynamically create a set of hotspots superimposed on an image, each with a relative distance. However I noticed that when the position of the image changes the relative positioning of the hotspots is inconsistent. I was wondering is there any sort of relation between the ath and the atv. I've noticed that for instance by positining the image from an atv -90 to 90 with increments of 10, and a hotspot at a specific location of on the image also being positioned from -90 to 90, was not at the desired place throughout the intervals and most certainly varied during the coordinates near extremeties. Has anyone thought of a formula or a relation that would always keep the relative distance between both hotspots.

Any help is very much appreciated. Many thanks !!

Best regards,
A.E *confused* *confused* *blink*