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layer:panorama_360 [2013/07/28 12:57] (current)
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 +====== Panorama 360 Layer ======
  
 +This layer creates a panoramic effect using a wide image source. The image is essentially wrapped around the "​camera"​ to form a circular "​room"​. The camera can then be controlled to pan, tilt and zoom around the panorama.
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 +{{:​layer:​layer-panorama360-parameters.png?​nolink |}}
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 +^ Group ^ Parameter ^ Function ^
 +| Control | Rotation Mode  | Choose how the layer should operate. ''​Continuous''​ mode gives the option to set a speed at which to pan the view. ''​Interactive''​ mode lets you control the pan and tilt using the mouse on the output. ''​Static''​ will keep the view set on the defined position. |
 +| :::     | Rotation Speed | When in Continuous mode, this determines the speed and direction that the view pans. |
 +| :::     | Pan            | If using Static mode, this is the position the view is panned to. |
 +| :::     | Tilt           | This sets the vertical tilt of the view. |
 +| :::     | Zoom           | This sets the scaling of the panorama. |
 +| :::     | Signal ​        | If using Interactive mode, this gives you the option to reset the view to the left side of the image. |
 +| Content | Panorama Image | This is the image to be used for the panorama. For the effect to be fully utilized, a wide panoramic image should be used. The image is distorted to wrap around into a circle, so it needs to be much wider than it is tall to avoid an unnatural perspective. |
layer/panorama_360.txt · Last modified: 2013/07/28 12:57 by david