OT: who remembers QT VR???
October 29, 2005 08:50PM
ok, heres a blast from the past. i just got a call (yeah 8:30 sat night - welcome to my world!) from a new client who wants to do fully rendered quicktimeVR-ish walkthroughs from autocad files.

anyone have any ideas how to pull this off?
notice it says "download qt5" which tells me this really hasnt been addressed in a while.

can anyone point me to any reources for the current state of such things...???

thanks - wG
oh, the link:
[www.bomasada.com]
Anonymous User
Re: OT: who remembers QT VR???
October 29, 2005 11:58PM
Do you mean something like this, Wayne?

[www.ikea.com]

I got there from this website:

[www.canada.com]

This is Flash Animation, though, but as far as Virtual Reality, damn!!

;-)

hey deb. thanks, but neither of those links works.

ikea just goes to a blank page and the other just goes to a website, with no indication of a qtvr-ish kinda thing...
Anonymous User
Re: OT: who remembers QT VR???
October 30, 2005 12:26AM
Crapatola, I tested it on mine....sheesh, computers, who knew....

In the website page, the section where it says "The Swedes have it"...there's a link that reads "clever flash animation" right in the middle of the page. Is that not there?

I'll look again....

Anonymous User
Re: OT: who remembers QT VR???
October 30, 2005 12:30AM
Wayne, I don't know what's wrong. I just copied and pasted both links from my very post and I got there...

Hmmmmm.....very strange!!!!

Anyone have any suggestions?

I use Safari...could it be that?

nope, not what im looking for. im looking for a multi-node 3d walkthrough.
that ikea thing was cool, bit only single node and single axis
Anonymous User
Re: OT: who remembers QT VR???
October 30, 2005 12:39AM
I have a buddy who used to be king o' that...

I'll drop him a line.

He's usually on iChat...but not tonight.

It must be the sunspots....bad technology day!

;-)

thanX deb!
Anonymous User
Re: OT: who remembers QT VR???
October 30, 2005 12:50AM
That is very cool and clever. Thanks Deb

Anonymous User
Re: OT: who remembers QT VR???
October 30, 2005 12:56AM
You're welcome, Michael!!

The technogeek came across it in his internet travels last week. I saw it briefly out of the corner of my eye and thought it was waaaaayyyyy cool, but didn't think to ask him for the link.

I can't believe I actually found it in under 90 seconds!! Yay, Google!

;-)

is apple still suporting qtVR development tools? i just downloaded a demo of vrworx but it has no documentation, so i have zero idea if it supports autocad files...

this is why i love our business! a never ending voyage of discovery!!
Anonymous User
Re: OT: who remembers QT VR???
October 30, 2005 01:12AM
[www.apple.com]

Wayne, try this. Buried on the Apple site, courtesy of the technogeek!

;-P

Anonymous User
Re: OT: who remembers QT VR???
October 30, 2005 01:22AM
Ooh-ooh!!

even better!!

[www.apple.com]

Anonymous User
Re: OT: who remembers QT VR???
October 30, 2005 01:37AM
wayne granzin wrote:

> is apple still suporting qtVR development tools? i just
> downloaded a demo of vrworx but it has no documentation, so i
> have zero idea if it supports autocad files...


Sure. Everytime they release an ipod or mac there is a QTVR of it on their site. Isn't there stitching in iPhoto or Photoshop CS?

yeah, but as in my original post. what im looking for is multinode creation from autocad files...
thanks deb - as usual, youre a champ! smiling smiley

im gonna look into all of this
Anonymous User
Re: OT: who remembers QT VR???
October 30, 2005 01:06AM
wayne Granzin wrote:

> yeah, but as in my original post. what im looking for is
> multinode creation from autocad files...

Way to geeky for me dude

:-)

you calling me a geek mike? them's fightin' words! - HA HA!
Anonymous User
Re: OT: who remembers QT VR???
October 30, 2005 10:42AM
Really, this time, it's not me!

Sometimes I ask the technogeek, and he just starts spouting stuff that I type!

Or he tells me to look on this site or that site or another site...

He really makes me look good!

Re: OT: who remembers QT VR???
October 30, 2005 11:25AM
You may try the FBX converter and the QT plug-in from Alias. They are free=)
[www.alias.com]
However, you do need a supported 3D program for import the Autocad file.

For create a multi-node QTVR project, they are always the winner...
[www.totallyhip.com]

But, if you need a fast and easy solution go to here...
[www.clickheredesign.com.au]

Have Fun,
Antonio

thanks guys - another testament to this place as a fantastic resource!
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