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360texas/Mexico Agile panoramas on Facebook

Post by 360Texas » Thu Sep 27, 2012 8:16 pm

Interesting observation - Thought you might like to see this

While in Mexico few weeks ago, we worked for a company called Agile. Took 1 pano of their small office and 1 pano of their conference room.
We returned to the US - completed the post processing work. These pano's were created using Pano2vr 4b2 HTML5 with Flash fallback. Each pano has its own separate folder with all required support files and \images folder. Example: \office and \conf. The two 320x220 px thumbnails were created using the OUTPUT transformation option.

Received an email from the company this morning saying we could now look a the 2 pano's on Facebook.

Using:
IE 9 clicked the thumbnail and it displayed full screen in browser and [x] ok works FULL SCREEN (without browser toolbar)
PC Desktop Safari 5.1.7 (7534.57.2) displayed full screen in browser checked FULL SCREEN did not work.

Their Facebook inclusion technique appears to be a deep link embedded to their own webpage on their server.
https://www.facebook.com/AgileDigitalAg ... 2544333196

Here is same page on their server:
http://www.agiledigitalagency.com/360/

Facebook company page:
https://www.facebook.com/AgileDigitalAg ... italAgency
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Re: 360texas/Mexico Agile panoramas on Facebook

Post by cblane » Fri Sep 28, 2012 8:26 am

Their Facebook inclusion technique appears to be a deep link embedded to their own webpage on their server.
For the webdev-challenged among us (me included) can you explain more about how to go about doing something like this? This is just the kind of thing I'm hoping to figure out.

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Re: 360texas/Mexico Agile panoramas on Facebook

Post by kris » Fri Sep 28, 2012 2:21 pm

can you share how the app is created (procedure) ?

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Post by 360Texas » Fri Sep 28, 2012 6:13 pm

Find in upper right corner to find +Create Page

Then you might read through this URL

http://www.knowledgeharbor.com/facebook ... sociations
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