Focus 360 - MultiPoint VR Tour

Wrote this about a year ago, I’ve was waiting to upgrading it to WebVR, but that’s still some time off so I wanted to share this now.

Uses Babylonjs 2.5 and VR is implemented using some old techniques but still works pretty well.

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Nice way to handle position transitions!

Are your renderfarms still alive after rendering more than 500 images? :smiley:

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Really cool! do you plan to move to bjs4.0?

Also pinging @PirateJC fyi

PirateJC right now :smiley:

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Yeah, I’m working on an updated version in 3.3 right now. I guess I should look at 4, since it’ll be likely be ‘stable’ by the time I get this done. It’s not top priority at the moment.

Yeah, it’s heavy on the render side. 3dsMax and Vray. This is one of the larger one’s we’ve done. When I created it we did a little studio. I’ve many optimizations going in v.2

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Hey KramSurfer it’s really a great Job :open_mouth:

I was wondering when you move to a point to an other did you make the camera move or it’s just fixed and you make the illusion of movement with the 360 degrees pictures?

Both, there’s a series of images that ‘make the move’ then I pull the camera back a little bit, along the vector of the previous path, and animate it to the centroid of the sphere with the mapped image. That’s the little ease in you feel.