Yuzool has released their 40th stack (congratulations, by the way ...) and it is an interesting one,
Michael has developed a panorama stack.
If a picture says a thousand words, then a panorama must be an essay ...
Today anyone can take a panorama image. Almost every modern smartphone or compact camera has a panorama mode. The images that these devices produce are astonishingly good; I've used one or two of them on customer sites - customers are proud of their photographs and want to see them online.
Until now, I've had to make do with static images, but with Yuzool's Panorama, you can display a cropped portion of the image and let your user scroll around in it.
I photograph professional 360ºx360º panoramas, so the only thing I'm waiting for now, is an option for auto play and an option to scroll the image up and down too.
The first feature request is easy enough to implement, I doubt we'll be seeing the second any time soon. Who knows ..
BTW - Purchase two stacks with the Code STACKY or two themes with THEMEY and get one free. This is a limited offer until May 22.
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