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Bright - World

Posts: 2
Location: Rīga, Latvia
Registered: 27 Feb 2013
Bright Virtual Tours
Posted: 27 Feb 2013 at 15:48 GMT
Hello, Folks!

We would like to share our big experience in working with 360 degree Virtual tours. We have made many different navigation skins and shooted thousands of pictures since the year 2008.

The latest and greates Virtual tours -
- Virtual tour of the Hotel 'Am Schottenpoint' (Vienna, Austria) - www.bright.lv/360tours/schottenpoint/eng/index.ht... (made in flash with html5 fallback)

- Virtual Tour of the Leopolds pharmacy shop (Vienna, Austria) -
www.bright.lv/360tours/leopolds-apotheke/index.ht...

- Virtual tour of the pharmaceutical company 'Grindeks'.
www.grindeks.lv/360ture/eng/index.html

- Virtual Tour of the Almdudler Snowpark Sölden, Austria
www.bright.lv/360tures/alpi/index.html

- Virtual Tour of the Boeing 737 Aircraft
www.airbaltic.com/tours/boeing_737_virtual_tour/

Please e-mail kaspars.bleikss@bright-world.com if you would need any advise.
Looking Forward To New Partnerships.

Regards,
Kaspars
www.bright-world.com
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jason perrone

Posts: 5
Location: Merritt Island, United States
Registered: 10 Jun 2013
Re: Bright Virtual Tours
Posted: 10 Jun 2013 at 19:08 GMT
Hello,

Do you create skins for other? I am using PanoTour Pro 1.8 and love the program and would love to have a custom template/skin but I have not idea how to code the XML files. If this is a service you can provide I would be interested.
BTW your tours look great.
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stalwart

Posts: 316
Location: Barton under Needwood, Staffordshire, United Kingdom
Registered: 20 Dec 2007
Re: Bright Virtual Tours
Posted: 20 Jun 2013 at 14:58 GMT

jason perrone said:

I am using PanoTour Pro 1.8 and love the program and would love to have a custom template/skin but I have not idea how to code the XML files.


These tours are written using Pano2VR.

Only problems I see (unless it is me) is the footer graphic runs out on my 30" Dell Ultrasharp monitors (2,560 px wide):


Stu
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Smooth

Posts: 4310
Location: Mount Panorama, Australia
Registered: 21 Jul 2004
Re: Bright Virtual Tours
Posted: 20 Jun 2013 at 15:29 GMT
Yes, the menu bar graphic or shape should be 3000 pixels wide and the anchor should be to the lower left position. I also notice the thumbnail drop down needs to be anchored to either the centre or top right position.

Regards, Smooth cool
www.omnipix.com.au
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