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Friday, December 30th 2011, 6:03pm

Newbe to krpano. First virtual tour (40 panoramas)

Hi everybody,
I have just purchased my krpano licence (a few days ago). Using my christmas brake I prepared my first VT. Post your opinions and advises, please.
I am not sure if everything is working properly. Any suggestions appreciated.
I hope you'll have fun walking around my VR. Still a lot to do (hotspots with objects descriptions, sounds and additional options etc.)

with best regards


Monday, January 2nd 2012, 8:10am


Welcome to the world of panoramas! That tour was pretty great. Looking nice for your first tour and lovely work with the interface! I particularly loved the 3D model of the castle *blink* Just wondering how you did it? flash application just put inside the panorama? Anyhow, great work! Now the same tip i tell everyone :) If your not already, shoot in RAW and learn HDR. It makes the tours look even more awesome :)

Keep up the great work! Pretty inspiring already!

Jesse Passoja
Passoja design



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Monday, January 2nd 2012, 2:57pm

He Artur, Arthur here ;-)

Great job!! very Nice!
Like the 3d model as well! very nice!
Can you tell us what you did?

Tuur *thumbsup*


Monday, January 2nd 2012, 9:23pm


Yes, Nelike. The castle menu is swf used as plugin. I used AS3 code from "plugin interface" to make krpano communicate with it. The castle is created in Blender3D. i am happy that you like it. :-) As to images, I know that the quality is not perfect but I used Canon G7 to shoot panoramas. They were shooted from hand.