Due to the huge success of the first fine art gallery, I’ve decided to build another one, but this time it’s 3d.
Even more so than before, this file makes your users feels as though they’re taking a stroll right through a museum. They can walk around in 3d space looking at each image from any angle or distance. To walk around, just use the WASD keys. To see the image description or to just view the image at it’s exact size, just click on it. The size of the description area changes depending on how much text there is. Once you’re looking at the picture, you’ll see back and next buttons allowing you to spin around to each item in the room like a slideshow. You can also get around using the “select a room” dropdown. If you forget how to navigate, just click the instructions button. It has a chart to show you exactly what keys do what.
Everything in this 3d photo gallery is defined in the easy to edit XML file. You don’t even need to open Flash or use special programs. Here’s what’s defined in the XML:
Highlight color (in this example it’s blue) Number of rooms Room names Image position, name, title, and description Where the doors are positioned and where they lead to
You can also add static object to the wall that don’t have a detail to zoom in on. That way you can easily add room details like electrical outlets or graffiti on the wall without it messing with the back and next button cycle.
The title and description allow both html text and most special characters. That way you don’t have to do anything to make this work in another language.
This file is perfect for any artist, photographer, or designer wanting a unique and creative way to show off their work.
Note: You cannot use animated objects.