Thursday, May 28, 2015
First install the PYTHA App PYTHA Pano that is available as free download in the Apple App Store on the respective device.
Load the scene one wants to present in Radio Lab on your computer and move the camera in to an appropriate position. In the dialog “Save Image“ you specify, as usual, a file location and click on the button Save on thetab PYTHA Pano. Radio Lab creates a .PPF file that you can transfer to your iPhone or iPad.
The most comfortable way to do so is via Dropbox (www.dropbox.de) or via the common procedere with iTunes or email. As soon as you opne the . PPF file in the PYTHA app, you cane xplore the scene per pointer. You can alternatively use the gyroscope control that converts the iOS device into a window to a virtual world. The mostre centenhancement of the PYTHA App makes it possible to target arbitrary positions in thescene. Thus you can, fore xample, also present different rooms of a project. To do so, you save one panorama at the desired position of the Radio Lab scene at a time. Radio Lab merges these into a multi-panorama-file that you can transfer to your iOS device. When looking at the scene, you can switch to another position with the helpof location markers. Alternatively, you can see the scene top view in which you can select all available positions – Let the show begin!