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milotimbol

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Sunday, March 22nd 2009, 4:06pm

Online Portfolio using 360 spherical panorama

Hi,

I'd just like to share my website www.milotimbol.com. It's a virtual tour and an online portfolio.

Here are the flash plugins I used

http://www.airtightinteractive.com/projects/tiltviewer/
http://www.airtightinteractive.com/simpleviewer/
http://www.airtightinteractive.com/projects/postcardviewer/
http://www.flshow.net/carousel_examples.php

I wanted to put a pageflip plugin but the one i like is for sale.
http://page-flip.com/products/

As for the highlights on the images I used
http://drupal.org/project/jq_maphilight

I used YUI javascript framework. It's responsible for the floating windows.
http://developer.yahoo.com/yui/

It's amazing what you can do when you combine krpano with javascript! krpano makes us look good! thanks klaus!

Let me know what you guys think of this.

P.S.
I have had this website for almost a year and its only now that I finally put something in it I just hope my monthly bandwidth doesn't exceed because I have the cheapest hosting plan *smile* .

Thanks,
Milo

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Sunday, March 22nd 2009, 4:43pm

Milo,



That is a very interesting idea. Props for coming up with that. Love the possibility to link icons from your PC's desktop! Very nice. May I try to some of your ideas in the future on my own site if you do not mind?



I like almost all the same TV shows you do but you are missing one of the best ... 24 !



Oh yeah and you do realize your Bully is sniffing the other dogs ass ! LOL



also could you have not created the floating windows with the HTML plugin that comes with krpano and not used java?

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Sunday, March 22nd 2009, 10:22pm

Sounds good but doesn't work on mi mac bookpro.. i get empty semi transparent fields popping up without content..

gonna check again tomorrow..
When it works will you share how?/

Thanx

Tuur *thumbsup*
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Monday, March 23rd 2009, 2:06am

vn2009

Yup I heard 24 is a great series but I haven't had time to watch it. I'll allot one day to watch season 1. Bully likes to sniff on other dogs butts, not only Geri's. *g*

Yup you could the idea, but don't use windows desktop, make it OSX. haha

Using html inside flash has limitations.

http://livedocs.adobe.com/flex/201/langr…d.html#htmlText
http://livedocs.adobe.com/flex/201/langr…StyleSheet.html

So what I did was have divs appear on top of the krpano object. It's styled using normal CSS, so you could put any styling in it.

Tuur,

I havent tested on mac. *sad* But I'll be glad to share info on how to use YUI and other javascript stuff.


I just realize now my shots are very dark *sad* . Anyway, I'll take better ones and replace them later. It seems I'm a better programmer than photographer *tongue*

Thanks,
Milo

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Monday, March 23rd 2009, 7:52am

...It seems I'm a better programmer than photographer *tongue*
...
Milo

Anyway, it's a good start and I think we are all better photographers than programmers here. So, we need somebody like you !

"Ma" *smile*

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Tuesday, March 24th 2009, 1:11am

Milo I have recently come across the need to have a floating window like you have. I would like to display a short video clip in a window with no menu and all the crap that an HTML window has. Can you share the code you used to accomplish that? I have downloaded YUI but cannot really figure out what I am doing in there. Do you use MSN messenger by chance?

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Tuesday, March 31st 2009, 2:24am

Great site ! I like how you added personal touches. Nice programming. Very smooth here.

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Tuesday, March 31st 2009, 6:04am

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Yup I heard 24 is a great series but I haven't had time to watch it
Don't start.... it can be addicting... and next thing you know you won't be taking photos / panos or updating your site... you'll just be waiting to see what Jack Bauer will do next.... *g*

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Tuesday, March 31st 2009, 1:34pm

Graydon -> Oh really? Then I won't start watching it then.lol

Richard -> thanks for the comment *smile*

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Tuesday, March 31st 2009, 1:42pm

VN2009 I'm looking at the files you sent me.

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Tuesday, March 31st 2009, 1:58pm

*sad* iwant to see it aswell!! *g*

Sorry , still no show on my mac..

klaus ! Can you see it on yours??

Cheers

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Tuesday, March 31st 2009, 10:28pm

Graydon is right 24 is addictive. It is one of the only shows i have ever watched that at the end of each episode i find myself sayin "holy shit i cant wait till next week" it is way better to watch on DVD or DVR it for a few weeks and watch them all at once. Only show that can compete with 24 is LOST in my opinion. And this season of 24 is great!

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Saturday, April 4th 2009, 9:36am

klaus ! Can you see it on yours??
Hi, yes, on my mac it's okay:

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Saturday, April 4th 2009, 12:49pm

Ahh... yes it's the old safari that's killing me *cry*

On FF it works fine Milotimbol!!

so .. i 'm gonna change..

Very nice!! Can you get us some code?? Like this very much..

Tuur *thumbsup*
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Sunday, April 5th 2009, 2:29am

@milotimbol, You have a interesting portfolio site. I hope good luck with it.

I dont want to bother you but, this kind of usage can be good for internet based solutions, but if you want to distribute this as an offline project (i mean a work like this for a customer who wants this in internet and also as an offline CD) we cannot use the browser based frameworks like YUI. Actually this may be just my problem or others like me that want to find a common way for online and offline distribution of the same virtual tour work. So your model is not suitable for my works, i need to use all of these flash files(galleries, iZoom, pageflip) in krpano.swf But this is not easy sometimes. May be one day, we can use krpano in another flash files (i read something about it from one of klaus' posts actually *smile* )

Anyway, I am not criticising your work, just trying to draw attantion and find a common solution for using different combinations of virtual tour applications (such as gallery, pageflip, etc that you can imagine to use in krpano) for both offline and online. I just want to kill two birds with one stone *smile* If there is an another way, i really want to hear.

BTW i am happy to see a programmer playing with krpano too ;-)
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Monday, April 6th 2009, 3:42am

Yah. I never distributed an offline work before because so far I have 0 clients. haha *g* . You're right about some stuff there, the yui scripts can be downloaded, I just opted to get the one hosted in yahoo servers. but the google map part definitely has to be online.

Java has compressed deployable file for web applications (.war). But you'll need java installed and i'm not sure if would actually work with a website like mine(I'd have to remove online features like google map), and you have you're files exposed because .war is just a zip file renamed to war. *tongue* . Going executable is probably the best way. No setup and files are hidden and protected.

If i start getting clients I know I'm gonna have think about that soon but for now YUI is the way to go! (atleast for me) *smile* . Btw here's another website im working on www.360philippines.com . Again I used YUI. the panos are low resolution so that they'd load quick.

Thanks for you insight.

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Wednesday, April 8th 2009, 3:34pm

You have not IE 8 on your desktop ! *squint*
VideoStitch, a video stitching engine / blog sur les visites virtuelles ( french ).

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Wednesday, April 8th 2009, 3:36pm

@milotimbolMay be one day, we can use krpano in another flash files (i read something about it from one of klaus' posts actually *smile* )


I hope this will be soon too ! :-)
VideoStitch, a video stitching engine / blog sur les visites virtuelles ( french ).

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Thursday, April 9th 2009, 2:48am

Great tour,I see more and more user adding the little planets screen capture for the lookdown on the pano. *thumbup*

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Thursday, April 9th 2009, 11:42pm

Hello!!!

My site was featured in http://planetyahoo.gobio2.net/. that's all *g*
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