Boxshot VR converts a row or grid of images to a pseudo-3d object that you can rotate with the mouse or finger. You may use real photos or rendered images, the result is always beautiful. Zero web-programming skills is required - Boxshot VR takes care about everything. Load your images and get a ready for uploading HTML file. Amazing results with just a few mouse clicks. Boxshot VR produces valid HTML5 code. Your virtual 3d objects will work in all the modern browsers, mobile phones and pads.
What is new in this release:
- Autoplay animation speed - you can configure the animation speed in turns per second;
- Rotation speed - this helps you to control how fast is the object rotated when the use drags a mouse. Explained here in more details;
- Activate by click - this helps to save some traffic, as VR object is not loaded automatically, so the user needs to click it first.
What is new in version 1.3:
First of all, we did a good job by re-arranging every single item of the user interface to make sure the application looks well on both Windows and Mac OS X. Everthing should be aligned well and look perfect.
We also added the ability to specify an image file name prefix, so you can put several image sequences into the single folder. This is quite helpful when you use Adobe Muse or a similar site builder where all the asses have to live in the same folder.
The other small improvements we've made include image file names sanitizing, better OS X Yosemite support and adding the updates checking feature.