Comparing two GigaPixel side by side

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dp.math
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Tue Mar 17, 2020 9:28 pm

Hi all,

is there a chance to obtain something like http://www.zoomify.com/ZV5/36-Comparison.htm using Pano2Vr?

Best Regards,

Domenico
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Tue Mar 17, 2020 10:54 pm

Hi Domenico,
You can use the cardboard template and set for stereo.
Add your two gigapixel images, be they flat or 360 panoramas.
Add an HTML5 output, then under the HTML tab select the Cardboard GGT.
Once you have selected the cardboard template, select the Edit Template button (1).

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Now select Nodes are stereo pairs.

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Add your skin and build the output.
You will notice the skin will be on both sides. You can edit the HTML page to remove the skin in the right or left image.
Open the index.html page with a plain text editor, locate the line that refers to the skin.

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Here the right side skin is highlighted, remove this line and save the page.
When you open the page you will only see the skin on the left side.

Note you can use a fullscreen button, but not the fullscreen context menu option.
Also, the projections will not work.

But the direction, zoom, auto-rotate buttons all work.
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Hopki
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dp.math
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Mon Mar 23, 2020 9:40 am

Man, you're GREAT!

Thank you very very much. It works very well. To I added a ggt template renamed GigaPixel.ggt in whick I deleted the action that create the right skin and archive it for the future :-)

Just a little question again: is there a way to delete the skin from the letf pano and have it in an another html table under all the canvas (whitout using an iframe) or the skin must be in the pano canvas?

Thank you again your help is alwasy very useful.

Have a good day Martin,

Domenico
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Thu Mar 26, 2020 9:34 pm

Hi Domenico,
The skin has to be in the player.
Why not just use the auto-hide component to hide it when not needed?
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Hopki
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Fri Mar 27, 2020 3:39 pm

Good Idea,
as usual.

Thanks Martin.
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