On Fri, October 20, 2006 11:05 am, Steve Schacht wrote:
> On Oct 20, 2006, at 11:59 AM, Roger Howard wrote:
>> And just to add to Yuvals corrent response - it's not even
>> *possible* to
>> embed Quicktime in Flash...
> Ok, I didn't realize that. I thought I had read otherwise. So Flash
> VR movies don't rely on any Apple technology whatsoever. Got it.
No problem, just wanted to clear that up... it's easy to confuse.
Putting it another way - authoring VR objects is so simple, there'd be no
need to depend on Quicktime or anything else. All you're doing is
manipulating a series of bitmap images based on where the user drags or
positions the cursor. This is something you can do in pure Flash very
easily. Simple stop-motion animation.
It's the pano stuff that's hard, because then you're actually needing to
warp bitmap images in realtime, something Flash is only really beginning
to be able to do well.
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