Posts by Paulin Halenria

    Hello

    I've crawled the forum and find a lot of questions but no real answers about my issue.
    I've understood that when you use an iframe you have to specify the allowfullscreen in the iframe parameters to allow to switch to full screen.

    But I'm using a lightbox (modal window) and don't find any solution to pass this parameter to shadowbox.

    Here is an example https://vue-360.com/fr/project/mai…ouvres-piece-1/

    The link is using the attribute rel="shadowbox" to invoke the shadowbox functionnality.

    Any idea ?

    Best regards
    Cedric

    Specially for VR-Headset users (I have an Homido). I'm trying to do my first VR visit. I took the samples provided by KRPano, and a visit I made in the past. The result does not satisfy me.
    - I found the hotspot hard to select. Maybe there should all be at 0° on horizontal plane ?
    - I think the bar at the bottom shouldn't be used. But as the visit was made using the droplet from KRPano, I have to read all the xml file to know where to remove it émoticône frown

    Except those two points, could you please give me your advice ?
    http://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3…Qm8B_M3ccJi&s=1


    Right now, I'm editing the config files and the templates used by the droplet.

    • Remove Flash
    • removing the bottom bar
    • .. any other idea..


    Then I should be able to create my own droplet. Except if there is already a droplet for VR, starting from a stack of pictures to compose the tour ?

    cEd

    Hello, just receive this mail from BingTeam and ask if we are concerned :

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    Thank you for being a Bing Maps customer.

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    As we review our portfolio of Bing Maps controls, we are working to focus on controls and experiences that see the greatest customer use, both now and in the future.We’ve increasingly seen customers create consistent mapping experiences across their cross-platform applications by using web-based controls both within websites and hosted in native apps.

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    To support this trend, we are increasing our focus on providing market-leading web solutions.

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    For example, we have enhanced the Bing Maps AJAX Control to add support for high DPI devices, perform better across a wider range of devices, and expand international support.As customers move forward in adopting modern web controls, we are announcing an end date of support for the Bing Maps AJAX Control Version 6.3, the Bing Maps Silverlight Control for Websites, and the Bing Maps iOS Control.

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    End-of-life datesBing Maps AJAX Control Version 6.3 – support and functionality ends November 30, 2016

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    Bing Maps Silverlight Control – support and functionality ends November 30, 2016

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    Bing Maps iOS Control – support and functionality ends November 30, 2015

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    Migration plansFor customers who are using the existing controls (i.e. Bing Maps AJAX Control Version 6.3, Bing Maps Silverlight Control, and Bing Maps iOS Control.), we recommend considering our updated web-based Bing Maps AJAX Control Version 7 as a replacement.

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    Migration information for all three controls is available at http://www.microsoft.com/maps/discon-co…grat-guide.aspx.

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    Below are a few recommendations and resources:For existing apps that use the Bing Maps AJAX Control Version 6.3 or the Bing Maps Silverlight Control, we recommend the Bing Maps AJAX Control Version 7. A guide outlining the differences between the two versions of the Bing Maps AJAX Control is available on the TechNet Wiki.For the Bing Maps iOS Control, one option is to host the Bing Maps AJAX Control Version 7 inside a web view on that platform. A blog post describing this option is available on the Bing Maps blog.

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    Thank you,

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    The Bing Maps Team

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    Microsoft Corporation

    Hello

    I just ordered a DevKit2 from Oculus, should be delivered in September.
    So as I have to learn to shoot in 3D (probably the method presented by Wim) and to make some test without waiting the Oculus, I also bought a Samsung 3D TV .
    Since this morning, I'm trying to display the 3D version of the Indian temple on my TV and always got some issue.

    I have an iMac 27 inches late 2013 with the nVidia GT755M graphic card.
    I made some tests with MacOsX and with Windows 7 using BootCamp.

    When using the MacOS, the images on the screen have a five centimeters offset when putting the 3D SBS Mode.
    When I put a movie in 3D (on a usb stick), there is not this issue.

    Could someone give some advice how to setup the Mac/Win7/TV/Browser/Whatever to be able to see it in 3D on my TV ?

    Best regards
    Cedric

    Hello,

    I'm trying to use Bing Maps for the first time. I read the documentation, try to implement it... but... something is going wrong as I can only display a world map.

    To see the result, it's located here : http://www.vue-360.com/stock/stenay/vtour/tour.html (I left also the tour_editor.html to easily see the source)

    The code I used is

    Code
    <!-- set skin settings: bingmaps? gyro? -->
    <skin_settings 
    	bingmaps="true" 
    	bingmaps_key="ApJa1PsWRnq96ZZT37O-vdNxGBk4kAk9aRZBfUjFJs-Yg4fbEWm4f7yNuamQ9PL-" 
    	lat="49.48288232848104" long="5.201575756072989" 
    	zoom="17"
    	gyro="true"
    />

    I also tried to copy paste from a working site found on the net

    I also tried to add on the first scene the coordinates (it's an hotel, so every page should show the same map)

    Code
    <scene name="scene_bar_b_4" title="bar_b_4" onstart="" thumburl="panos/bar_b_4.tiles/thumb.jpg" heading="0.0" lat="49.48288232848104" long="5.201575756072989" >

    So I've surely missed a stupid thing... But don't know which one...

    If anyone has an idea... It's warmly welcome.

    P.H.

    Hello,

    Actually I'm using the thumb parameter to generate the "click on this image" for my website with a size of 600, just like in this one .
    But I'm in love with Little Planet View. So I'd like to have a Little Planet View in this image, like I did for this one .

    But for doing this picture, I launch the viewer, set the Little Planet View, take a screenshot of my browser to have this image.
    I can also do it with PTGui.
    But I'd like to generate it automatically with KRPano Tools, using a droplet (and ideally, including it in the droplet used to generate the Multires Pano I'm using now.
    IS there a way to perform this operation with KRPano Tools ?