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October 19, 2007

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hdviewer99

Cool. Thanks for posting this. It looks like you can also read gigapan tiles into other tiled image viewers like HD View. To see this pano in HD View create the following imageset tag in the HDView xml manifest:

url="http://www.gigapan.org/getGeTile.php?id=1080&l={l}&r={r}&c={c}"
levels="7"
width="12544"
height="7936"
projection="perspective"
maxZoom="2"
subRect="0 0 12364 7746"

the constant skeptic

very cool and useful, I will be using this soon... thanks

Nobody

Terms of embedding are at http://www.gigapan.org/toe.php

Eric Stollnitz

Here at Microsoft Research, we've just made it much easier to preview your GigaPan images in our HD View plugin (on Windows) or our HD View SL application (using Silverlight on Windows or Mac):
http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/redmond/groups/ivm/HDView/Preview/Default.html

Just enter the URL of your GigaPan image in this format:
http://www.gigapan.org/exportGigapan.php?ids=YOURNUMBER&nonl=1

In the "embed" box, you'll find the iframe HTML to copy and paste into your blog.

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