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Old December 8th, 2009, 05:07 AM
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Another tour from Japan. This one's an archaeological site of an ancient settlement (300BC to 300AD) which has been turned into a historical park for public perusal.

Yoshinogari Historical Park

It's a 10 pano tour interconnected with a map. Would like to know if viewers find the interface user friendly and the tour flows smoothly. Recommend you view it fullscreen for full effect.

I know some of the pano stitiches are a bit dodgy, so apologies for the lack of quality amongst the technically brilliant photography on this site!

Any feedback would be great. Hope you enjoy the tour.
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Old December 8th, 2009, 05:38 AM
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Hi all,

Another tour from Japan. This one's an archaeological site of an ancient settlement (300BC to 300AD) which has been turned into a historical park for public perusal.

Yoshinogari Historical Park

It's a 10 pano tour interconnected with a map. Would like to know if viewers find the interface user friendly and the tour flows smoothly. Recommend you view it fullscreen for full effect.

I know some of the pano stitiches are a bit dodgy, so apologies for the lack of quality amongst the technically brilliant photography on this site!

Any feedback would be great. Hope you enjoy the tour.
Could you explain your connection with the website and with Shop Peek? What is your involvement. Did you build the sites? What's your role here?

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Old December 8th, 2009, 06:06 AM
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hi Redmond, the tour is nice, though not flawless, I like the view and find them interesting

I have encounter some of the problems you face here and unfortunately I haven't found the best balance in the limitations we confront: the limited sensor dinamic and in the end the time and effort consume.

What player you use here for it moves slow and often the delay in commands is too big.

keep up the good work
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