This auto-scrolls the panorama in all display modes.
With horizontal panoramas, you may use the left and right arrow keys to change scroll direction
and the up and down arrow keys to change scroll speed.
With vertical panoramas, you may use the up and down arrow keys to change scroll direction
and the left and right arrow keys to change scroll speed.
The speed-value that you use will be saved in the registry and applied next time that you use auto-scroll.
The 'X' key will swap left/right images during scrolling.
To stop scrolling, press any other key or left-click the mouse.
In Panorama Mode (360 degree), the panorama will continuously rotate.
This mode is unlikely to be used with vertical panoramas.
Vertical panoramas are uncommon but are sometimes used for planetary images.
An example is here at Mars Unearthed
To view the vertical anaglyph-panorama, select 'File/Open Single Image' and press the following keys :-
Shift+Q (fit width to screen)
Displaying Panoramas on a Web Page
Create a color anaglyph version of your 360 degree stereo panorama and save as a .BMP file.
A JPG version will be a lot smaller but disparity information will be degraded.
Include text similar to the following in your HTML file :-
<BODY onLoad = "pwset()">
<NOBR><IMG id = "pic1" src = "your_image.bmp"><IMG id ="pic2"></NOBR>
The script file "360sc.js" may be obtained from M.Murakami's website.
Stereo panoramas by the authors and others may be viewed here
. You can start, stop and auto-scroll the panorama.