NextPreviousHomeBixorama HTML5-player: The Captain's Chair

Thor5ten | 7 years ago | 7 comments | 8 likes | 1,996 views

komies, jopin, ID Production and 5 others like this!

Finally had some time to play with the new HTML5-player coming with Bixorama. I'm simply in love with it!

The original renderings were done by the magnificent Tobias Richter. Bixorama stitched the six sides perfectly together. And I added some ambient "noise" (sound might not work with some mobile browsers).

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maxste, 7 years ago

I believe you can set the vantage point, by rotating image and set this as starting point.

Indeed a nice 360 image of the 1701-D bridge by Tobias Richter (known from the Amiga scene).
Here is an example of his Work for Star Trek Phase II almost 10 years old.

komies, 7 years ago


michiel, 7 years ago

Wow!! looks great Thor5ten .

Dani, 7 years ago

A big thanks to you all!

Komies, yeah I'm familiar with all the breathtaking work Tobias Richter has done over the years. I guess it was in the mid-nineties, when I saw his first masterpiece, a Star Trek related cover for a 3D software package called Reflections.
Thanks for your advice, but I deliberately chose this vantage point, to play with the perception of the viewer. So the audience would be aware, that there has to be some interaction, to turn it to the main viewscreen. :-)

Thor5ten, 7 years ago

It is so much beauty.
1-Is it possible to make tour like this:

2-most of the panorama Softwares have stretch images when the user rotate or zoom to a point,
what about this software?

SamSaam, 7 years ago

Bixorama does not offer an editor to create this, but if you know a bit of HTML, CSS and JavaScript you can easily turn the Bixorama player into such tours.

michiel, 7 years ago

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