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What's the logical successor to the QTVR Object Movie?

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20 years ago I was playing around with object movies, and I made a few by objects on a home-made turntable.

You'll need to download and view this on a Mac in the the QT Player 7, as modern browsers won't render it. VLC Player will "play" it, but as a linear movie, and not as a draggable object.

And that's the motivation for this question. If one wanted to create a 3D object from a grid of photos, that viewers can rotate and view in a modern browser, what's the best format?

It will be a series of photos, not renderings, so a modeling format won't work.

I'd like to show someone what it's like to hold a frame from a beehive, and to rotate it at various angles into the light so that you can see developing larvae, etc. I static, hi-res photo as in that last link is useful, but not sufficient, as it's easy to see eggs when the frames are perfectly photographed, but much harder in real life.
Date: Jan 10, 2018   


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