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    Stu Rutherford
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    This is a bit of a strange request. I’m trying to figure out if it’s possible to use the 360′ video format to display an image sequence of still images. The idea is to make it so that when the user uses the mouse to pan the video instead of the image ‘moving’ it would remain in the same place but cycle through an image sequence of images for that location. Effectively I want to use the location of the mouse (how much the user is panning away from the center point on the horizontal axis) to determine which image in the image sequence is displayed.

    The result would be like this jquery based script to change an image based on x mouse position (except it would work inside a 360′ video:

    https://www.cloudtec.ch/blog/web/2014/change-image-with-jquery-mouse-position

    Thanks!

    Stu

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