Taking Tourweaver To It's Limits
I've been experimenting with a new concept and hope the members of this forum can let me know a few things.
After designing a website for a Country Club (www.riverviewcountryclub.com), I got the bright idea to try to do virtual tours of their golf course. Needless to say, it was one of the worse projects I ever encountered. It was the end of the season and there were three million divots in the grasses which had to be cloned out.
I broke the tours down into two sections (Front 9 and Back 9). That still puts 20 tours in one interface! In addition I added 9 aeriel maps per tours as well as clickable audio hotspots.
This brought the tour size to 26 Megs. I'm running high speed cable so the tour loads in no problem and continues to load in the background.
I was wondering if anyone could take a peek and see if this works on their internet connection. The only thing I noticed so far was that the button controls are a little slow to react in the beginning.
Here is the link.....
Thanks for your input!
web design • virtual tours • photography • video