Guide to Using QuickTimeVR on the Web

Copyright 1996, Stephen Wilson, Professor, Conceptual Design, SFSU

A special format of QuickTime movie called quicktimeVR can present interesting interactive 3D displays on the Web. VR refers to virtual reality. "Panoramas" simulate the user standing in the center of a scene and rotating 360 degrees. "Inspectable Objects" simulate placement of an object on a turntable so that it can be viewed from all angles. A special interface allows the user to indicate rotation, tilt, and zoom by moving the mouse in the frame. More details can be obtained at the Apple QuicktimeVR Tutorial

- This page created by Stephen Wilson, Professor Conceptual Design, SFSU (http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~swilson)
- More information about the Conceptual Design program is available at (http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~infoarts)
- It is a resource used in Art511 Art&Telecommunications course (http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~infoarts/Tele/Tele95.index.html)
- Other advanced Web authoring resources can be found in the Web.how-to guide
- A comprehensive guide to Web design is available in the book World Wide Web Design Guide (Hayden Books) by Stephen Wilson swilson@sfsu.edu
- The url of this page is (http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~infoarts/technical/howto/wilson.quicktimevr.html)