[whatwg] Proposal for HTML5: Virtual Tours
Jesús Ruiz García
jesusruiz2007 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 29 13:28:36 PDT 2012
Ok, you are right ^_^
Surely with Canvas (WebGL) can be created perfectly virtuals tours. I'll try
to do some testing and I will comment on results.
Rik good link ;), but would have to test how it behaves Canvas (WebGL) with
"hot spots". That is, for example when you have several rooms to visit:
By the way, what label should be used to indicate this type of media?.
Thanks group, You are very kind and geniuses.
jesusruiz at php.net
2012/6/29 Rik Cabanier <cabanier at gmail.com>
> The underlying flash implementation doesn't have any specific code for
> tours either. Flash offers an interface that allows quick swapping of
> bitmaps. Canvas offers similar features so a developers should be able to
> implement the same interactive interface and reuse many of the same
> programming concepts.
> Try this site: http://www.google.com/nexus/#/galaxy/specs
> Adobe Systems
> On Mon, Jun 25, 2012 at 9:14 AM, Jesús Ruiz García <
> jesusruiz2007 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello again to all the group whatwg.
>> I have a second proposal, which like the first, I do not know if it can be
>> useful for inclusion in HTML5.
>> This time, I want to speak to you of the virtual tours, used by museums,
>> clinics, libraries, hotels and a long list of websites.
>> So far, all the more powerful virtual tours I've seen, are made in Flash.
>> Usually, these tours are created with the following applications:
>> *Easypano Virtual Tour Software*, *3DVista*, *Flashificator*, *Autopano
>> * and some others.
>> An example of Easypano virtual tour:
>> Other examples using 3DVista:
>> I've been reviewing whether some library is being developed to support the
>> creation of these applications on HTML5. I found a project called
>> Pannellum, which uses WebGL:
>> For now though it works properly on Chrome, but isn't powerful or
>> beautiful, as are the tours developed with Flash applications.
>> My proposal is to give more support to this type of works. We could create
>> a new tag called "tour" or something similar. If video and audio have own
>> tag, also a tour could be differentiated from the other elements of the
>> As I always say in my posts, I apologize if this has already been
>> discussed, or this isn't HTML5 philosophy.
>> A greeting, thanks and pardon for my english.
>> *Jesús Ruiz*
>> jesusruiz at php.net
>> jesusruiz2007 at gmail.com
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