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Scene to scene trigger

17 March 2015 13:36 #1718
Hey
its been a while I couldn't login here to see the developments ongoing but cant really stop thinking of blen3web

Is there a facility in which we can open a scene from within a scene by triggering something?
Example - I am in a room with few doors…. every door has independent different 3D file on click…
say 1st door if I click I open a interactive 3D scene of a hotel room where I can see all around
2nd if I click another door it takes me to a beach
3rd door takes me to a stadium…. etc. etc.

Also can blend4web features camera inside object?
as most of the samples so far I have seen are turntable kind, can there be something like you are inside the room? …. an interactive walk through?

Regards





Visualization expert!
17 March 2015 15:36 #1726
Hi,
Is there a facility in which we can open a scene from within a scene by triggering something?
Yes, it is possible with a bit of programming. I've attached a sample project to this post.

Also can blend4web features camera inside object?
as most of the samples so far I have seen are turntable kind, can there be something like you are inside the room? …. an interactive walk through?
There are no problems with this. The Farm application is a good example. But this will also require programming.
Blend4Web developer
27 March 2015 15:39 #1847
Hey
thanks for the reply.
Do you mean python programming? or what kind of coding is required?
I suppose for all this there is a need to buy the commercial version of the source code.
once its purchased, is this all will be supported by blend4web team? I mean I don't know if you are the right person to answer this question but seeing the sample link given by you, it seems you must be having a commercial source code bundle.

I m eager & have some plans of course hence more keen on streamlining this asap.

Regards
Visualization expert!
27 March 2015 21:09 #1849
Hi,
Do you mean python programming? or what kind of coding is required?
Blend4Web apps are coded in JavaScript (also HTML, CSS). See also this FAQ entry.
I suppose for all this there is a need to buy the commercial version of the source code.
That's correct, enterprise development requires a license. See also our licensing FAQ
once its purchased, is this all will be supported by blend4web team?
Yes, our licensees are eligible for 1-year technical support including Blend4Web SDK Pro updates.
seeing the sample link given by you, it seems you must be having a commercial source code bundle.
The source code of the Farm app and other demos is part of the commercial distribution. See the product comparison table.
Thanks for your interest.

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