Re: WAS ... a bed in a cornfield NOW New variants in VR realm
- --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Roger D. Williams" <roger@...> wrote:
> This sort of thing doesn't appeal to me at all. But I wouldn't mind beingThough it is still in the "virtual" realm- this is how they embed VR panoramas within Second
> able to make little spheres with a panorama wrapped around them (on the
> outside, like the new Microsoft display software) that you could ENTER
> and then find yourself on the inside, enjoying the usual panorama VR
> experience. You could then zoom up to each panorama sphere, see roughly
> what it showed, then pop inside for a look.
> This would make a much more inviting and attractive kind of "hot spot,"
> I feel.
Life. There are virtual "galleries" that have spheres within the room. To view the VR you walk
into the sphere. Sometimes they are very large and you walk up stairs or a ramp to put you in
the middle of the sphere.
- Thanks, Milko. I'll give it a try after I meet my next rather tight
On Fri, 01 Aug 2008 18:45:26 +0900, Milko K. Amorth
> Hi Roger,--
>> This would make a much more inviting and attractive kind of "hot spot,"
>> I feel.
> This sort of virtual tour is perfectly doable with Google Earth as
> overlays. If you have it installed just download the 360cities.kml here:
> and see it work.
> Cheers, Milko