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Examples of falling snow and fire

by savski » Mon Dec 03, 2012 10:50 am

Hi all,

I remember once seeing on this forum a lovely example of a moving fire (In a fire place) within a 360 Pano, it was a restaurant in America. I really want to show my client an example of this but I can't find it anywhere! :(

Do any of you guys know what I'm talking about?? Would be great if somebody else has a link to it. If not, do you have any links to other 360's showing fireplaces.

I'm also on the look-out for a 360 example with snow falling outside the windows.

Many thanks in advance!! :D

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by mediavets » Mon Dec 03, 2012 11:02 am

You'll find an animated fire in this tour - follow the hotspot to the Doge Sititng room on the map:

[url]http://www.regal360.com/clients/hearst/2/index.html?iframe=true&width=105%&height=105%[/url]
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by gkaefer » Mon Dec 03, 2012 1:05 pm

mediavets wrote:You'll find an animated fire in this tour - follow the hotspot to the Doge Sititng room on the map:

[url]http://www.regal360.com/clients/hearst/2/index.html?iframe=true&width=105%&height=105%[/url]

scary hdr...
and interesting solution (go to neptune pool pano) as Appetizer...
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by Christian Stüben » Mon Dec 03, 2012 1:45 pm

gkaefer wrote:scary hdr...
and interesting solution (go to neptune pool pano) as Appetizer...
Georg

hdr in dieser Form ist nicht nur scary, da bekommt man ja Augenkrebs von ...

such a hdr is not even scary, you get eye cancer from it ...

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by klausesser » Mon Dec 03, 2012 2:29 pm

mediavets wrote:[url]http://www.regal360.com/clients/hearst/2/index.html?iframe=true&width=105%&height=105%[/url]

Good Lord . . . . !! :cool:

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by Twilight » Fri Dec 28, 2012 2:20 pm


Ha! Rose Hearts. Thanks Georg! :P

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by savski » Sat Feb 09, 2013 12:27 pm

Just to update this thread, I did finally come across that moving fire I was looking for:

http://www.regal360.com/clients/devils/index.html

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by Destiny » Sat Feb 09, 2013 1:00 pm

Oh wow.. what great panos.. We just love this type of architecture with candle chandeliers made from iron and with real fire places..

Pity the big fire place does not animate.. The smaller one does but I feel not quite right..

My fire is created using AS3 in Flash.. http://members.westnet.com.au/dps/fire/Fire.html I need to find the right architecture to capture a pano to use it..

I will keep this link just for ideas for themes.. Thank you for sharing it.. Just wonderful....!

Destiny...

PS.. Correction, the big fire now works.. Not sure why it did not the first viewing...
PPS... The Navigation coding is excellent.. Sure hope ptp V2 has these kind of features.. :D
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Re: Examples of falling snow and fire

by osmica » Thu Nov 28, 2013 8:18 pm

This are the most beautifull panorama I have ever seen. Also navigation and menu are great with accent on the info screen.
Fire is also great but I don't know to do it myself unfortunatly. WOuld be great to see that in PTP future.

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by osmica » Thu Nov 28, 2013 8:27 pm



Is this possible in PTP2 ? I think not yet. Would be great. I would like to add a dropdown like that to panos I select, exterior off course. That function is also missing in PTP, it is possible to add effect only to the project, not to specified panos. Am I right?


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