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Arumugam
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hotspot

Post by Arumugam » Wed Dec 07, 2016 12:04 pm

I need a hotspot,

If i click the hotspot if i click that i want zoom the image smoothly. Is there any referce for tat or any idea for tat

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Re: hotspot

Post by Hopki » Wed Dec 07, 2016 1:36 pm

Hi,
You can use hotspot proxy ID in a container.

How:
Open hotspot editor and add your hotspots, Point or Polys does not matter.
While in the hotspot editor you may want to change the hotspots ID, example: zoom.

In the skin add a Hotspot Template and add an image.
Then add a container, with the container selected, under its properties and Advanced enter zoom in the Hotspot Proxy ID text box.
This creates a link from the hotspot to the container.

Now give the container the action to zoom in.
Example: mouse click => Move to view => 0/0/200.

Of course you would enable zoom in the project first.
If you want to zoom to an exact point in the object have a look at this post on how to do it and the required actions.
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Re: hotspot

Post by Arumugam » Wed Dec 07, 2016 2:43 pm

how i manage if i have multiple hotspot

This is output of my project
http://hns.in/volkswagen/polo_ext/Source.html

What i exactly need is
http://hexa.tatamotors.com/gallery/360

by click the hotspot icon i want to zoom the corresponing hotspot

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Re: hotspot

Post by Hopki » Wed Dec 07, 2016 4:33 pm

Hi,
Just give each hotspot its own ID and use a different container for each.
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Re: hotspot

Post by Arumugam » Fri Dec 09, 2016 8:50 am

How to find pan/tilt/fov for every frame

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Re: hotspot

Post by Hopki » Fri Dec 09, 2016 11:21 am

Hi Arumugam,
You only need to find the information for the frames you want to zoom in on.
The link I gave you here, shows how to do this.
You need Photoshop or any image program that can use percentages for the rulers.
You then use the data to get the X/Y coordinates for the action.
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