We would like to setup a model on a very large touch screen display at exhibits. As shapespark isn’t very user friendly for navigation when in this touch screen format I would like to know if it’s possible to set external controls on a website for controlling the users movement around the environment.
For example to currently move around in a small location the user needs to actually look at the ground and then click where they want to move, if they do it any other way they could find themselves on the other side of the room instead of taking the 2 steps they wanted.
To combat this I’m interested in trying to create either of these options.
A set of arrows are displayed as an overlay that allows the user to press an arrow for movement forward, backwards and sideways. This would be a window that can be re positioned on the screen by the user to ensure it’s never blocking visibility. It would also be semi transparent.
The tour is embedded into our website and a standard version of the tour is displayed where the user can view and interact with all standard aspects of the tour. A second version of the tour is displayed underneath which is locked in Top View mode. When the user touches a spot in the Top View mode version the the user is moved to that location in the standard version of the tour above.
Does Shapespark offer the ability for either of these 2 options to be created? Does it already offer a simple solution that I’ve overlooked?