Immersive imaging (i.e.-real estate virtual tours)
I'm trying to figure out what major differences there are in the different types off immersive imaging solutions such as the formats that IPIX, Bamboo.com, LivePix, and so forth offer that makes them any different than one another as far as it is concerned when time for a webdesigner to place the image into the website? I have done this with LivePix software saved as a jpeg image then used it with IBM HotMedia software and it seems to do everything that IPIX and Bamboo.com does who seems to have reigning control in this industry for the moment. How could I assure, or convince possible clients that my imaging is just as good a product?
Hey! I am struggling with the same questions. I am currently working to develop my IPIX technology and I feel that this whole immersive imaging thing is so new that everyone seems to be scrambling for answers and techniques.
I'm always concerned with how any given interactive image application handles image quality, especially while navigating the image. That is always the bottom line for me. Hot Media is very choppy when the image is manipulated by the user
I am beginning to see that If I am going to create immersive images I must keep current on new applications that hit the market. And evaluate each client and each image individually. And carefully decide which application will best present the experience that I am trying to create. Sometimes I have to use multiple applications on the same
I guess it's just something for everyone to struggle with right now.
I would love to hear more from others working with Interactive images.
So you're working on learning IPIX technology. Do they still make you pay $25 per image fees? And if they are, are they helping you in getting assignments?
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