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Hi- I know you guys are the best and I don't where else to
turn. I am really interested in having a 360 tour on my
website of my classroom. Several of my visitors have
requested one and I am just stumped. I found a free
version on the web (panoweaver) but I have been unable to
make it work so far. I took all the pics by hand w/my
digital cam, should I have used a tripod?
Here is an example of a site that does have a 360
classroom tour:
[link removed]

I'm about ready to give up and try to find somebody to do
it for me at a reasonable price, any takers?
TIA
vanna/tx
Raven /blockquote>

I haven't played much in this area but yes, yes, yes! Use a
tripod!
:)
Raven
Jun 1, 2006
Max /blockquote>

Did you say you have a totally free version, or a free-trial
version? And how large (in pixels size) are the photos that
you took? I'm thinking the photos may have been too large.

A few years ago I found a free Java Applet VR viewer that is
pretty crude compared to PanoWeaver. It just takes the .jpegs
a...See More
Jun 3, 2006
vanna/tx /blockquote>

Thanks for the help everybody. I think my problem may be with
the size of my photos as well as the fact that I didn't use a
tripod. The Panoweaver itself doesn't seem too complicated to
use (I can't remember if I have free trial or totally free
version). I wasn't able to get the Freedom VR site to work
f...See More
Jun 4, 2006


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