For TourBuzz, our commercial virtual tour hosting system (http://
tourbuzz.net), we create multiple resolutions for each image. A
single small image, and a large tiled one with a preview (for fast
panorama with the appropriate resolution. As the user resizes the
is always displayed. It took a *long* time to write and perfect the
do across all browsers. But it is possible!
I have been writing a blog on virtual tour technology, and the first
post was all about tour UI's. If you're interested:
On Apr 28, 2008, at 4:58 PM, Scott Witte wrote:
> Sacha Griffin wrote:
> Sacha, you once again impress with your programming knowledge. I'm
> are beyond me as yet.
> As to my client's concern, it could still be there, allowing the
> to choose the resolution they want to view in regardless of screen
> Not saying it is the best way, just their currently chosen way.
> (Oh, shall I long for those days of yore, when a photographer could
> be a photographer....)
> Scott Witte
> *WITTE *ON* LOCATION*
> www.scottwitte.com <http://www.scottwitte.com>
> Member, APA | Midwest
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