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  1. Panopuzzle is a tile rotation puzzle game you can play from inside a 360 panorama and it is live here: panopuzzle If you own an Oculus Go or another VR headset - there is also a immersive VR version which runs via WebVR in the standard Go browser under https://panopuzzle.created-by.me/VR.html It runs in pretty much any browser on a mobile phone, a tablet or desktop computer. You can move your device or drag the image with the mouse/finger to look around. Tap/click a tile will rotate it - your preferred rotation direction can be set in the settings (rotating gear in the left bottom) At the left top is the "Zoom out" option which changes the panorama to an outside view like that No matter if you are zoomed in or out you can (within limits) zoom in/out the normal way (mouse wheel, mouse middle click and move or two finger pinch) The tile counter at the top can be switched on or off depending on how difficult you want to make it for yourself. You can also switch on a hint system which will highlight one wrong tile at a time - sometimes quite useful to find those last two ones Click "Zoom in" at the left top to "go into" the panorama again. All settings are kept so to switch off the hints again in the next level you need to do that via the settings. Once all the tiles are correct you can progress to the next level by pressing "Next" on the right top - or replay the level on a different setting (easy, normal, hard) There are 22 levels of real world and fractal panoramas with tile numbers ranging from 44 tiles to 132 tiles Have fun and let me know what you think. Also if there are any problems, ideas, improvements.... send me an email to panopuzzle at gmail.com
  2. Hi, 360 virtual tour on babylonjs can be done? Have you ever worked with this topic before? I want to do 360 virtual tours.I want to scroll through the photos. I want to navigate through photos by applying the Click property. If you can help, can you contact me?
  3. Hi everyone! I'm trying to render my scene as an equirectangular image. Does anyone know how I can do this in a direct way? The only idea I had is to make 6 screenshot using BABYLON.Tools.CreateScreenshotUsingRenderTarget with 6 different cameras to make a cubemap and then convert it to a equirectangular. Other ideas? Thank you very much.
  4. Have tried to search as much as I can and all I found was an unanswered question: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/41658398/how-to-take-a-360-panorama-image-in-babylonjs Is there some easy way to have the camera display a 360 view in the canvas? The reason I'm asking is because I want to try make a canvas and stream it to Youtube 360 view. The closest thing I have found so far is making (a lot) och multi view cams pointed at every direction, but that sounds potentially laggy and not the best approach. Cheers
  5. I recently got one of those VR headsets where you put in your phone for the display. It's like cardboard only slightly better, with a more sturdy plastic phone holder and a head strap. It's pretty cheap but works surprisingly well with the default YouTube app and some 360 videos. It is possible to create vr apps and demos using HTML5/JavaScript, for example: Google VR has a JavaScript library that can display 360 images, Glam.js demos. So I was wondering if it's possible to create HTML5 vr games? Would be pretty cool for escape the room games, where you can look around in 360 degrees. Although technically I guess it's possible, I don't think there's a real market for such games. Seeing as HTML is mostly used for small webportal games, people with Oculus/HTCVive probably won't bother with HTML5, and people with a cardboard headset don't have powerful enough phones. Any thoughts?
  6. Hello all I want to know if there's availability to use pixijs to view panorama images Regards