I think you can embed your tour in an iframe and have a widget of chat on that website to have the same functionality. If you disable full screen mode of Shapespark tour, user would be forced to interact only in the iframe. It’s an alternative solution to your problem though
Thanks for the suggestion. It’s not ideal but could actually work. I am working on a few massive trade fairs and would need this feature in hallway scene so that exhibitors could advertise and direct traffic to their stand effortlessly.
I think it’s the perfect example that many customers want, but I don’t know if all this content will be possible with Shapespark. Hyperfair doesn’t have the rendering quality but it has the flexibility in communications and interaction that is needed in these times!!! and it doesn’t need application installation, just like Shapespark.
Hi @jorgearq thanks for the link. Very interesting features indeed altough their interface seems a bit confusing to me.
This issue has been the first thing just about every client asks. Now I’m quite confident that if we get the meetings feature w/ audio chat we have full ability to convince them.
Thanks @Vladan, I could fix the movement in the floorplan,
The correct line 32 is
var shiftedYaw = - Math.PI / 2 - rotation.yaw;
now I ask about 2 things:
- How I can hide or unhide this Floorplan?
- How can I chance the red dot for the compass itself? Let it be the compass itself that moves above the plane
I am with @jorgearq on this discussion, I also want to implement exactly the same thing with our tours.
Hello @merri, that image is NOT automatically generated by Shapespark. It is an image that you must generate in your favorite design program and then host it on a server. Then you must write the address of the image in the corresponding line of code (from the post where you took my picture I explain the steps. I use Sketchup to generate the floor plan, then I go to Photoshop to adjust the size, then I upload the photo to Cloudinary and then I put the hosting address in the HTML using Visual Studio Code, I put the body-end file in the folder of the 3d tour of Shapespark and finally I upload the tour, it’s very tedious)
@jorgearq thank for your answer. its so detail.
im using the body-end file of shapespark team ,but i dont know, where i can put the hosting address of the image in the HTML …
i will send the picture and can you show me, where i can put my address of the image.
i`m so sorry,i dont know anything about code.!
Hello @merri, relax, the same thing happens to me, I have no idea of programming so I had to find out on my own.
To be able to edit this type of files easily I recommend you to install Visual Studio Code, with this program it is easier because it is designed for that. You can use word pad or any other text editor but they do not know what line is to edit especially when the lines are many.
The line where you should put the address of the image is line 4, between the parentheses after url()
i am back from vacation.i got it.i will try and show you results.
You’re too kind.