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Friday, May 7th 2010, 7:02pm

new subdirectory i phone / pad

Hi ,

Klaus? maybe another directory just on the main page of the forum for the i pad/ phone thing ?


Who is writing the app that the pano turns when you move from compass position?

So when i look north with the phone the pano looks north and turns also when i turn the phone/pad (and myself)
There is a compass function (apps) on those machines isn't it?


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Friday, May 7th 2010, 10:41pm

Hi,

there is no interface to access the iphone compass position from javascript,

best regards,
Klaus

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Tuesday, May 18th 2010, 7:04pm

Tour Wrist iPhone App

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eF_HGIzxtYk
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/tour-wrist/id335671384?mt=8
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can anybody confirm that that works? for us?

really need an iphone/pad....now!

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Tuesday, May 18th 2010, 7:51pm

I have an old 2g iPhone so it took a while to load their sample but it looked ok. It seems to require that you have their viewer installed. To create a tour, it appears you need to buy a special fisheye lens although it looks a lot like a peephole viewer in a door but shorter. Give Klaus a little time and he will develop some excellent features for the iPhone player he has released. He already has a leg up on this company due to the fact that there is no special download needed to view KR tours on the iPhone. Although being able to create a tour on the iPhone would be cool, there isn't or doesn"t seem to be enough memory or resolution to view a tour created with this software on a larger screen.

Their app seems well put together though. Simple to follow tutorials.

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Tuesday, May 18th 2010, 9:12pm

ahh, maybe i have to look better to this... but...

does it moves your pano when you move the phone?

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Tuesday, May 18th 2010, 9:40pm

i have a tour wrist account. you can upload equirects directly or use the funny fisheye for the iphone and try to make them yourself. tour wrist cannot use kepano hotspots and or plugins or anything. all it does is display a single pano image. if you run the iphone 3g you have to use your fingers to scroll. if you have the iphone 3gs you can use the phone at arms length and look through it like a window to the pano. turn around 180 degrees and you see what would have been behind you. lift your arm over your head and you look up.