|Integrating shapeways 3D view into my own webpage? [message #40089] Sun, 11 December 2011 03:02 UTC
I want to port the entire shapeways 3D viewer code into my own page. Is this possible or allowed? Which section of the page code would I need?|
I want to use specifically the one which appears to be several screenshots compiled together, and not the actual 3D model because I'm a bit worried that it's possible for someone to save the 3D model file.
|Re: Integrating shapeways 3D view into my own webpage? [message #40728 is a reply to message #40727 ] Sun, 25 December 2011 10:53 UTC
It seems also to be possible to access the frames inside this precalculated picture and to generate an animated gif.|
I was using the Linux convert tool to do this:
Some commands like that do the job
(for sure I've used some bash scripts to do that.)
The filename below is the jpg downloaded from the rotating shapeway's frame.
convert -extract 482x357+0+0 394291.v0.sprite.4x5-482x357-4.jpg a1.jpg
convert -delay 10 a*.jpg a.gif
The only pitty so far is that I don't know where the frames in the precompiles images (which have a size of 4x5 frames) exactly are.
Maybe somebody from shapeways could point that out - or somebody is willing to dive in.
(Size: 586.16KB, Downloaded 183 time(s))
[Updated on: Sun, 25 December 2011 11:09 UTC]
|Re: Integrating shapeways 3D view into my own webpage? [message #40729 is a reply to message #40728 ] Sun, 25 December 2011 12:00 UTC
Thanks for the info.|
I was able to integrate with a fancybox iframe, but it looks like "version" changes numbers depending on how many updates you've done to your model, starting from version=0. one of my model was at version=3, and another was at version=1. iframe width and height is 482x357.
<a class="3diframe" href=" http://www.shapeways.com/sw/static_html/3dnp.html?total=0180 &levels=5&startlevel=3&model=387585&version= 3" title="3D view of Nomad Panohead +5"><img src="../../images/3d-button.jpg" alt="3D view of Nomad Panohead +5"/></a>
'padding' : 0,
'width' : 482,
'height' : 357,
'autoDimensions' : true,
'autoScale' : true,
'scrolling' : 'auto',
'enableKeyboardNav' : false,
'mouseWheelNavigation' : false,
'margin' : 10,
'speedIn' : 150,
'speedOut' : 150,
'changeSpeed' : 150,
'type' : 'iframe',
'overlayOpacity' : .8,
'cyclic' : true,
'titleShow' : false,
'showCloseButton' : false,
'titleFromAlt' : true,
<link rel="stylesheet" href="../../Scripts/fancybox/jquery.fancybox-1.3.4.css" type="text/css" media="screen" />
|Re: Integrating shapeways 3D view into my own webpage? [message #40730 is a reply to message #40729 ] Sun, 25 December 2011 16:40 UTC
Thanks, that could be helpful.|
Would also be an advantage if we could address the main photo and the 3d view directly via shapeways so that a simple onliner can be used to integrate it in any page.