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Monday, November 23rd 2009, 4:04pm

we want more!

here's a good one.
can I have a multiresolution flat panorama inside a regular 360 panorama ? so I can zoom into a part of the panorama ?

*smile*

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Monday, November 23rd 2009, 7:50pm

Sparse Image ?

I guess what you talk about is something like Deep Zoom`s Sparse Images ?

Sparse Images ( Deep Zoom terminology )

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Tuesday, November 24th 2009, 12:31pm

yes that is what is wanted but I doubt that the floatbox will appear seamless. will have a look.
Is it possible to have a multires panorama in a distorted hotspot ?

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Tuesday, November 24th 2009, 9:57pm

I would really like that. I have quite a few ideas I could use that with. so any chance it can be done ? can it be done now ?
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Tuesday, November 24th 2009, 10:52pm

can I have a multiresolution flat panorama inside a regular 360 panorama ? so I can zoom into a part of the panorama ?
Hi,

currently not,
but also a good solution for the moment is to:
- save the current viewing position in the pano
- load the flat panorama image, maybe make a border around it,
- and/or maybe also use the new <area> tag to show the flat pano in a smaller area
- make a kind of back button to switch back to the previous pano with the previous saved viewing position,

I have seen that already in some user examples, and it works and looks very good

best regards,
Klaus

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Tuesday, November 24th 2009, 11:12pm

what I want is to lock the multiresolution pano to a face and then zoom into it ,It would open up a lot of things to do.
can I have that please please please ?
can you point me to examples for the alternative way to do that ?
thanks
mick

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Tuesday, November 24th 2009, 11:14pm

what I want is to lock the multiresolution pano to a face and then zoom into it
how do you mean that? "to a face"??
locking the current multiresolution level???

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Wednesday, November 25th 2009, 10:40am

sorry that is not the right way to describe it.
I mean as a distorted hotspot stays in register with a face of the panorama is it possible to have a multiresolution flat panorama registered in the same way.

An alternative approach might be to make a panorama where only a section was in great detail and make a multiresolution 360 panorama but to restrict the zoom level only to that area ?

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Wednesday, November 25th 2009, 5:10pm

What are the size limitations for Hotspot images ?

May it be possible to use a level sensitive hotspot eg at level 7 with the size of eg 3000x1500 pixels or more ?

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Wednesday, December 2nd 2009, 5:01pm

Hi,
sorry that is not the right way to describe it.
I mean as a distorted hotspot stays in register with a face of the panorama is it possible to have a multiresolution flat panorama registered in the same way.
sorry, but tiled/multiresolution hotspots are not possible yet...


An alternative approach might be to make a panorama where only a section was in great detail and make a multiresolution 360 panorama but to restrict the zoom level only to that area ?
that would be possible, but maybe a bit tricky...


What are the size limitations for Hotspot images ?
it should be 2880x2880 pixels for distorted hotspots,


May it be possible to use a level sensitive hotspot eg at level 7 with the size of eg 3000x1500 pixels or more ?
yes, have a look here:
Level based authoring

best regards,
Klaus

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Thursday, December 3rd 2009, 11:19am

Quoted

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Quoted from "John Myrstad"





May it be possible to use a level sensitive hotspot eg at level 7 with the size of eg 3000x1500 pixels or more ?
yes, have a look here:

Level based authoring
If I've understood that correctly. if the viewing person zooms in anywhere on the panorama then at a particular zoom level we can show another panorama, could be a flat multiresolution image, and presumable on zoom out on that one, back to the original. I think that would look as I want if the view direction could be linked to the zoom level. Any hints for how to do that.

cheers

Mick

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Thursday, December 3rd 2009, 3:30pm

I am just trying to have a hotspot in a cube panorama that loadpano the xml for a cylindrical (multi resolution)panorama. It kind of works but the multires one keeps going back to the zoomed out state. some of the properties of the first panorama must be being applied to the second ( both work fine if loaded individually) There probably is a simple instruction to clear the properties of the first when loading the second but I can't find it yet.
regards

mick

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Thursday, December 3rd 2009, 10:22pm

I am just trying to have a hotspot in a cube panorama that loadpano the xml for a cylindrical (multi resolution)panorama. It kind of works but the multires one keeps going back to the zoomed out state. some of the properties of the first panorama must be being applied to the second ( both work fine if loaded individually) There probably is a simple instruction to clear the properties of the first when loading the second but I can't find it yet.
regards

mick


Hi Mick!

If you manage to do something, please show it us! :) It is always nice to see what people can do with this fine piece of software. And also helps others to see what are the opportunities.

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Friday, December 4th 2009, 10:42am

it was very simple, I'm just not very good.

Source code

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<events onviewchange="checkfovchange();" />
<action name="checkfovchange">
if(view.fov LT 30, loadpano(wick.xml, null,MERGE,BLEND(1)); );
</action>

so when I zoomed in on wick panorama when it got to 30 it reloaded it (doh)
so I put

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<events onviewchange="null();" />
for now in wick.xml

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Monday, December 7th 2009, 6:59pm


can I have a multiresolution flat panorama inside a regular 360 panorama ? so I can zoom into a part of the panorama ?
Hi,

currently not,
but also a good solution for the moment is to:
- save the current viewing position in the pano
- load the flat panorama image, maybe make a border around it,
- and/or maybe also use the new <area> tag to show the flat pano in a smaller area
- make a kind of back button to switch back to the previous pano with the previous saved viewing position,

I have seen that already in some user examples, and it works and looks very good

best regards,
Klaus
Hi,
I'll try some more. Do you remember any links for these examples ?

regards

Mick

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Tuesday, December 8th 2009, 2:19pm

I'll try some more. Do you remember any links for these examples ?
Hi,

e.g. the spacerywirtualne.pl team have done such similar very great here:

http://spacerywirtualne.pl/realizacje/sp…k/flashversion/


- click on the right hotspot at the beginning (MUZEUM Sala Konferencyina)
- click on one of the camera buttons
- click on the (+) zoom button


best regards,
Klaus

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Tuesday, December 8th 2009, 3:52pm

*smile*

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Tuesday, December 8th 2009, 5:18pm

hi,
yes I saw that previously from a link on the NG list ( nice work) but I didn't spot the camera icon part. That way works OK but I've always thought it would be very nice to smoothly zoom into an area of huge detail without the tedium of making photographs of everything.
cheers

MIck

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Wednesday, January 27th 2010, 4:37pm

what I want is to lock the multiresolution pano to a face and then zoom into it ,It would open up a lot of things to do.
can I have that please please please ?
can you point me to examples for the alternative way to do that ?
thanks
mick


Hi Mick!

Look at the last node of this pano: http://www.360impressions.de/k21.html (non-official yet).
Here i used a plane picture for the first and the last image. The last image is highres - about 16000px wide.
Made with Auto Pano Tour and finetuned using the KRPano tools.

best, Klaus
herzlichen Gruß, Klaus

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Wednesday, January 27th 2010, 10:28pm


Hi,

e.g. the spacerywirtualne.pl team have done such similar very great here:

http://spacerywirtualne.pl/realizacje/sp…k/flashversion/


- click on the right hotspot at the beginning (MUZEUM Sala Konferencyina)
- click on one of the camera buttons
- click on the (+) zoom button


best regards,
Klaus
Cool. Thats a nice solution to the gigapixel in pano issue.

Thank you Pjotr/Pavel ;)