Posted on Jul 27, 2009 in 3D visual design, Assignments, portfolio
A very nice way to show images in a 3D interactive environment.
You can do it yourself for free at: roytanck.com
I’m very impressed by your 3D image cloud gallery and like to use it on a website. I already downloaded the original data from Roy Tanck’s website, but I don’t understand how to replace the tags with images.
I would really appreciate if you could give me a hint how to get images into the xml. I already tried an -tag but it didn’t work.
Hi Arne, Unfortunately, I do not understand the system myself. But you could ask the maker at http://www.roytanck.com/get-my-flickr-widget/
You need a free Flickr account here: http://www.flickr.com/
place all the images there.
Then get the rss feed url.
Paste it here:
Then copy the code and place it in your webpage.
Is there a way to link the click on an image to another destination rather than to the image on Flickr ? I mean the images will still be fetched from the Flickr RSS feed however, clicking an image will be directed to a dedicated URL…
Please go to http://www.roytanck.com/get-my-flickr-widget/ and ask the maker.
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