panorama software,virtual tour software
Alternate Text
Joined: 2006-09-14
Send Msg:
Posts: 329
2008-01-08
#1

User friendly??

Hi, to all. Here is a demo version of a tour, which I want you to test if you consider it userfriendly. Most of you maybe wont understand the instructions, but there is a help button. I hope that it is not necessary to use it. The images were taken a few months ago. I think at this time, I would have processed them a little different. Actually Im searching a general feedback, but specially the tour itself and its behaviour.

http://www.msk360.com.ar/images/hosting/buenosaires/tour1/usigtour_tourusig.html

Thanks for watching, Martin


Alternate Text
Forum Moderator
Joined: 2002-11-23
Send Msg:
Posts: 5438
2008-01-08
#2

I took a look Martin and it seems fine, nothing odd happened. I did get the impression that there was more panoramas than what was listed in words? Maybe I went in circles?

It was easy to move around and I couldn't read a word (though I could guess at some!)

Regards, Smooth


Alternate Text
Joined: 2006-09-14
Send Msg:
Posts: 329
2008-01-09
#3

Thanks Smooth for looking in. Yes youre right there are more panos than listed, because I dont wanrted the list to be to large and with scrollbar. More than the scenes, the intention was to have the list with zones. Once clicked on the zone, the first scene shows up and then on the map you have the hotspots to choose the others scenes from the zone you want to see. Good to hear that it was "easy to move around".

Thanks again, regards, Martin


Alternate Text
Joined: 2002-06-12
Send Msg:
Posts: 2239
2008-01-09
#4
I also looked at them.  directions are self explanatory even if you can not speak or read the language.
/s/
Dave
Forum Moderator for
EasyPano - Panoweaver
Pano2VR


Visit 360texas.com
Alternate Text
Joined: 2006-09-14
Send Msg:
Posts: 329
2008-01-09
#5

Hi, Dave!
Thanks for your input. Thats exactly what I was trying to achieve.

Regards, Martin