Thank you for your fast reply but I failed to explain the functionality that I am looking for. I wish my english was better! I will try to elaborate a bit more (sorry for that!)
As a side note I will add that I am now starting with Pano2VR, I was using Kolor PT pro.
In a HTML5 output of a virtual tour, I want to be able to pass one pair of coordinates (input point) on loading the virtual tour and instead of opening with the start panorama I want it to open with the nearest panorama to the input point I passed.
It is roughly like direct node access but instead of passing a node id after # you might be able to pass a coordinates set or a lon and lat variables.
This has in my mind many uses when embedding the HTML5 output of the virtual tour as an iframe.
In one case at the moment, I have a website built in Drupal 8 with geolocated points of interest (POIs) of an area. I want to embed in the details page of each POI the virtual tour (VT) of the area (the HTML5 output of Pano2VR 6 with over 200 panoramas of 100 POIs). This VT includes all the POIs and can be viewed as a standalone website as well and it will be updated with more panoramas in the future.
To pair these two I could embed the VT and open with the starting panorama (which is not very useful), or pass the node id (having a field in Drupal and manually update the node id), so when a user loads the POI detail page of the Drupal 8 the embedded iframe will serve the node id that was passed from Drupal.
The idea is instead of passing the node id to be able to pass the coordinates, since all POIs have one and be able to open the nearest panorama.
One side use of this implementation will be the following. From a page that acquires the client location from the Geolocation API (https://developers.google.com/web/funda ... -location/
) an embedded iframe HTML5 of the VT can display the nearest panorama.
If you have any advice on how to approach that I might avoid having the node id field and keep it always updated while the Drupal 8 and the VT are updated.