Best way to deal with "islands" within a tour

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Best way to deal with "islands" within a tour

Post by frostyfriday » Sun Mar 25, 2018 10:48 pm

A couple of years back I created some Google hosted tours like this one http://bit.ly/PaintedBoat that covered a very large area and where the tour was divided into separate "islands" that were not connected by a path you could walk in Google. They were kind of like separate floors.
Since everything has changed since I last did and "Island" tour, I am wondering how I do it with Pano2VR.

I am now working on a large Marina tour.Awden.com/234a7 that my customer also wants me to put on Google.
Each of the boathouse buildings in the tour are quite far from each other (I used a car to get between them) so it was not practical to connect them with panos.
I am wondering what is the best way to attack this and get it all onto Google. Each boathouse is part of a single business so I want them all connected to the same business on Google maps. Do I make each area a floor?

Any pointers before I get started with the Google part would be appreciated.

-Dennis
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Re: Best way to deal with "islands" within a tour

Post by Hopki » Sun Mar 25, 2018 11:02 pm

Hi Dennis,
You can build this in one big project but only link the nodes which are in their own separate groups (islands).
In your listing you can then get the URL for each of the start nodes.
Regards,
Hopki

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