At the end of May, we’ll be at both the IVRPA conference in Tokyo and the Google Street View Summit in San Francisco. Don’t miss Martin’s workshop in Tokyo! We’ve also published 3 new Skin Editor tutorials from Martin.
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We’d like to bring your attention to Hopki’s latest tutorial for Pano2VR 5. This one teaches us how to create animated hotspots within the Skin Editor.
Martin has made two more tips for you. Learn how to quickly change a skin’s color theme and how to add a logo to the context menu in Pano2VR 5.
Learn how to add Google maps and create little planet projections in Pano2VR 5.
The Animation Editor allows you to create self-playing panoramas and can easily replace auto-rotate. You can animate the pan, tilt and field of view perspectives and then export the project as a movie file that you either upload directly to your favorite online video service or import to your favorite video editor.
Learn how to switch panoramas from the same direction and location - which is great for transitioning between day and night scenes or before and after scenes, etc.
Here’s a Hopki Tip that shows you how to quickly build a desktop app for your HTML5 projects that you can then send your clients.
Here are two new tips for your end-of-the-year projects. Learn to make clickable nadir logos and export patches in Pano2VR and retouch them with Photoshop CS or Elements.
This week we have something fun and we hope this tip inspires you to try it yourself. In this tip, Hopki, shows us how to create and blend 3D distorted hotspot images.
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