Re: VR tour of hotel - advice and online tutorials required
> Are you going to get bonus points for complexity?Haha - yes I will - my lecturer is also a member of this list and has
contributed to the list quite a few times - he went to the Bristol UK
meet - so there will be no pulling the wool over his eyes with a few
panos and links on a page - he has already created a tour - and mine
has to be better than his to score any chance of getting a good mark!
His name is Martin Shakeshaft.
I have downloaded and tried out JATC this evening and have managed to
link three of my existing panos together via hotspots - it was
suprisingly easy actually - thankyou Helge
Now all i need to do is add a cool "Radar effect", stick a few
Adaptive dynamic range panos in and work out how to include directional
sound - the distinction is as good as mine *cough*
Thanks once again to all that replied
> My view is keep it as simple as possible. Put only one panorama on
> each page. It means creating lots of individual pages but you get a
> more reliable predictable result and no danger of things getting out
> of hand. Keep the pages as simple as possible. If you want a floorplan
> you can always create it as an image map. Or just put an simple list
> of all the panoramas.
> Of course radar effects and such do look slicker.