RE: [PanoToolsNG] Re: 3D panos with twin 350D+Sig8mm on a Fanotec Pole2C
- It displays all "MY" panoramas. I'm not showing clients other peoples
I can't speak for anyone else's and pans smoothly.
I also have a dell mini running flash and it's also crap.. not to mention
it's not a touch screen.
You can't even begin to show clients tours with a trackpad or some flash
buttons to navigate.
Though it's not a fair comparison.. the iPad2 has probably a 4x faster cpu
than the dell mini.
To get comparable performance you'd have to spend a lot more for a flash
based touch screen tablet or laptop.. a lot more.
I'm hardly a fanboy. I begrudgingly gave in to the benefits fighting tooth
From: PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com [mailto:PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com] On
Behalf Of Trausti Hraunfjord
Sent: Wednesday, June 22, 2011 5:43 PM
Subject: Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: 3D panos with twin 350D+Sig8mm on a Fanotec
iPad is a step in the right direction... but to claim it being the best to
display virtual tours is... well... void of any sense.
After all it can't display hundreds of thousands... if not millions of
panos. Even Galaxy does a better job of displaying those very same panos.
Unless *not displaying anything* is to be considered better than
displaying... the iPad is inferior to the Galaxy.
Personally, I would not like either product in their current state - or
other brands for that matter. But that will probably change when next
generations of the mobile devices come with Flash 11 support.
Here is a test of different mobile devices using html5 and Flash 10.xx that
shows the realities of today:
Quote from the test page:
In terms of interactive content overall, it's safe to say that Flash
maintains a 2x performance lead over HTML5 on average.