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Hopki
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Sat Apr 04, 2009 6:12 pm

Hi all
Show case time :D
All you see has been made with Pano2VR and Object2VR, apart from the stitching software no other programs were used.

Technical issues overcome:
• When hovering over an “i” and the drop down box would cover it, the box would start to move up and down as it covered and uncovered the “i”.
• Hotspot scale with zoom.
• Reduction in file size with using only one text box.
• With the help of proper photographers, taking clearer pictures.

Click Here to see the pano.
I do apologize, but it will fill your screen, this is because of no full screen button due to the objects. It works better from a website rather than just a page like this. :roll:
All feed back good or bad welcome.

Hopki :D
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stalwart
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Sat Apr 04, 2009 6:34 pm

hi Martin

you might want to Photoshop yourself out of the mirror reflection..........! :wink:

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Sat Apr 04, 2009 6:41 pm

I was waiting for some one to spot that, I was going to put and info tag in saying “ME”
Ha Ha :lol:

OK looking at it, its bad, so I will change it
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Tue Apr 07, 2009 11:50 am

Hopki wrote:All feed back good or bad welcome.
Quite colorful environment.

I’m watching your panorama on a 1600x1200 pixel screen and find the dropdown box (from the top) quite big and the text to large. Personally think the colors are not matching; (I doesn’t feel right for me) the articles in the shop are mostly "earth-like colors" (sorry do not know how to express this in English). Your buttons are not. (I suppose you follow the website colors or want to make sure the colors contrast). It’s hard to explain; but I looks like the two do not belong together. (BTW; same feeling I have as I open the home page of the website (http://www.polcraft.co.uk/) and enter a second page; the shop colors swap from red to yellow.

Your technique is as always splendid: All things work as expected.

I do like the way you let me hop from room to room (red square-isch box)

About the pictures; the lights are to white (I use HDR for it). It’s not annoying but easy to solve. (Just use bracketing with 2 stops). When using PTGui Pro you just add all picture to it. Only disadvantage; more storage and longer processing time...

Just my 2 cents;
Jeroen / Amersfoort / The Netherlands
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Tue Apr 07, 2009 4:16 pm

Hi Jeroen

I was trying to go with the colours of the website, but may have gone a bit over board. :lol:
I liked the technical challenges it brought, and solving the problems within the constraints of the software.

My one remit was a way of controlling, but with as much of the window showing as possible, hence the slide in and out of information and menus.

Thanks for your input, all good.

Hopki :)
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