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[R&D] Mashing up MP, GeoCV and Touch Screen interactions10093

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Imagine having a touch screen kiosk where you want to offer a before & after comparison of two different virtual tours (e.g. staged and not staged). What better way to do it than using a slider effect?

I created a quick demo using the touch screen authoring tool Intuiface. Just for the fun of it, I loaded a MP and a GeoCV model. I see many opportunities to leverage interactive digital signage with immersive media. Interactions don't always have to be just buttons, but can extend to a variety of gestures that would make the kiosk exploration more fun.
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DanSmigrod private msg quote post Address this user

Another way-cool mash-up!

I the idea of a slider showing the "before" and "after" 3D Tour.

I could imagine that would be helpful for:

1. Architect - before and after renovation
2. Builder - before and after renovation
3. Furniture - different style furniture
4. Virtual Staging - before and after virtual staging


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