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Q: Image stiching to create an interactive web environment ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   0 Comments )
Subject: Image stiching to create an interactive web environment
Category: Computers > Graphics
Asked by: lizardnation-ga
List Price: $5.00
Posted: 21 Apr 2003 05:11 PDT
Expires: 21 May 2003 05:11 PDT
Question ID: 193227

I've seen a few iPIX environments where it looks like the creator took
six pictures (Ceiling, Floor, Right, Left, Front and Back) and asked a
software application to stich them together and uses them to show a
room and its contents and allows the user to zoom in, direct the
voicepoint towards other directions and so on.

I'm interested in knowing a bit more about this on an economical, web
friendly and bandwidth conservative manner.

Thank you.

Subject: Re: Image stiching to create an interactive web environment
Answered By: rmn-ga on 21 Apr 2003 06:11 PDT
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hi lizardnation-ga,

iPix offers a $99 software package that allows the user to piece
together images in this manner to create an interactive 360 degree
environment.  The software is known as iPix 360 Suite Pro v.2.0 and
available for Microsoft Windows at the iPix online store:

"iPix Store"

"iPIX 360 Suite Pro v.2.0 used by Web developers, photographers, and
consumers alike, the iPIX 360 Suite Pro delivers the easiest and most
sophisticated image building tools in one package!"

They also offer a more detailed page about the product by clicking the
"Product Detail" link, including a paragraph sized description and

iPix states that the software "...can create high-resolution images
for viewing with the iPIX Plug-in, or medium-resolution images that
can be viewed with Java on your Web site. The Wizard outputs images in
five different formats, including an emailable version. "

I went to the iPix ( and navigated into the store where I
found the above described product.

I hope this information is of assistance to you.  If you any
additional information or clarification please let me know.

lizardnation-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars
That's what I wanted. :-)

Thank you.


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