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phreaker
07-04-2000, 06:15 AM
I am trying to create a flash that has the same qualities as a draggable QTVR scene, I have a 3d image of sports products and need to have them as draggable so I can drag them to to see all the way round them 360 degrees.

Is there a variable that anyone knows or has anyone got a .fla that I can see to find out how it is done.

Thanks all.


phreaker

Stutalon
12-04-2000, 03:51 PM
Did you ever figure this out? I am trying to get the exact same deal to work and could use some help if you got it working.

Thanks - Stu

WelcomeSite
12-12-2000, 10:13 PM
I just uploaded an .fla to the 3D Effects section
that does this

You can easily substitute your image sequence into it

This version only has 6 frames, so if you are
showing all sides of the image... it won't move
as smoothly as my example

Maybe I'll make an 18 frame version next

http://www.flashkit.com/movies/3D/Effects/VRML_Eff-RADenney-2629/index.shtml

theMatrix
12-13-2000, 12:26 AM
Welcome to FlashKit and thanks for your contribution at such an early stage of membership.

WelcomeSite
12-13-2000, 01:13 AM
Thanks

Nice Site
I used to listen to "2112" by Rush, a lot

I like the "Lost In Space" image

theMatrix
12-13-2000, 10:11 AM
thanks - not very many RUSH fans on the boards. Nice to meet another one :)

WelcomeSite
12-14-2000, 07:05 PM
I uploaded an .fla that has 360 degree rotation
(hopefully added to the movie section soon)

It's 140Kb because it's 18 frames of bitmaps


I'd like to remind everyone that the images they
substitute in these templates must be 400X400 Pixels!

I'm experimenting with a more elaborate method that
I hope to use with some e-commerce clients.
Here's a full 360 degree demo that's only 36kb:

http://welcomesite.com/commerce

nwduffer
12-17-2000, 12:55 AM
Originally posted by WelcomeSite
I uploaded an .fla that has 360 degree rotation
(hopefully added to the movie section soon)




Thank you, thank you, thank you! WelcomeSite asked for any samples, so I rushed out, shot Superman, and posted a quick down and dirty version of it.

http://www.72mm.com/files/super/

Take a look - thanks for the help. (Mine's right at 150k as well, as was stated in the earlier post.)

Paul

WelcomeSite
12-17-2000, 02:16 AM
Looking good Mon

I see you rendered your sequence the opposite of my diagram?

Pretty easy swapping images with mine, eh?

nwduffer
12-17-2000, 02:58 AM
Originally posted by WelcomeSite
Looking good Mon

I see you rendered your sequence the opposite of my diagram?

Pretty easy swapping images with mine, eh?

Yeah, what's funny is that I didn't even think about the sequence. What happened is that when I shot the pictures of Superman, I just naturally rotated him clockwise, and then put them in the .fla file that way, not even thinking about how the rotation might be...then I saw that I essentially had it backwards. Guess it works though.

Now I just need to make one a little smaller. I dig all the frames though. Another designer was telling me he could do great 360 with 8 images, but it sure doesn't seem like that would be very realistic looking.

Thanks again for the tip...a great example of an easy to implement tutorial.

-Paul