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'''PanoSalado''' is an open source [[Flash]] based player/viewer for  
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'''PanoSalado''' is an open source [[Flash]] based player/viewer for [[cubic]], [[equirectangular]] ([[spherical]]), [[cylindrical]] and [[QTVR]] panoramas.
[[cubic]], [[equirectangular]] ([[spherical]]), [[cylindrical]] and [[QTVR]] panoramas.
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It supports 2D & 3D [[hotspots]], audio, video, and being extended via [[wikipedia:XML|XML]] or directly via [[wikipedia:Actionscript|Actionscript]] (AS3). PanoSalado is based upon a (modified) Papervision3D core, and like Papervision is open source.
 
It supports 2D & 3D [[hotspots]], audio, video, and being extended via [[wikipedia:XML|XML]] or directly via [[wikipedia:Actionscript|Actionscript]] (AS3). PanoSalado is based upon a (modified) Papervision3D core, and like Papervision is open source.
  
PanoSalado was begun in 2007 & formally announced in April of 2008. It was and continues to be a collaborative effort of Patrick Cheatham (Berkeley) and Zephyr Renner (Las Vegas).  
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PanoSalado was begun in 2007 & formally announced in April of 2008. It was and continues to be a collaborative effort of Zephyr Renner (Las Vegas) and Patrick Cheatham (Berkeley). In late 2008 Michael J. Rondinelli (EyeSee360) became an official contributor.
  
See PanoSalado's  [http://flashpanos.com/blog/79 blog], download source and examples from the [http://code.google.com/p/panosalado/ GoogleCode] repository, and view a live [http://www.cheathamlane.net/index.php?section=open%20source example].
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See PanoSalado's  [http://panosalado.com Web site], download source and examples from the [http://code.google.com/p/panosalado/ GoogleCode] repository, and view a live [http://www.cheathamlane.net/index.php?section=open%20source example].
  
PanoSalado can be used online in a Web browser, and offline in a standalone Flash Projector or as incorporated into an AIR application.
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PanoSalado can be used online in a Web browser, and offline in a standalone Flash Projector or as incorporated into an AIR application. Included in PanoSalado's source downloads are [[Flex]] examples for interface development.
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==
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== External links ==
 
== External links ==
* [http://flashpanos.com/blog/79 PanoSalado's blog]
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* [http://panosalado.com PanoSalado's Web site]
 
* [http://code.google.com/p/panosalado/ PanoSalado's code repository at GoogleCode]
 
* [http://code.google.com/p/panosalado/ PanoSalado's code repository at GoogleCode]
  
 
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[[Category:Software:Platform:Windows]]
 
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Revision as of 15:15, 13 February 2009

PanoSalado is an open source Flash based player/viewer for cubic, equirectangular (spherical), cylindrical and QTVR panoramas.

It supports 2D & 3D hotspots, audio, video, and being extended via XML or directly via Actionscript (AS3). PanoSalado is based upon a (modified) Papervision3D core, and like Papervision is open source.

PanoSalado was begun in 2007 & formally announced in April of 2008. It was and continues to be a collaborative effort of Zephyr Renner (Las Vegas) and Patrick Cheatham (Berkeley). In late 2008 Michael J. Rondinelli (EyeSee360) became an official contributor.

See PanoSalado's Web site, download source and examples from the GoogleCode repository, and view a live example.

PanoSalado can be used online in a Web browser, and offline in a standalone Flash Projector or as incorporated into an AIR application. Included in PanoSalado's source downloads are Flex examples for interface development.

See also

External links