Click the picture.
Move around with Click and drag or arrow keys
Zoom in with + > A a . or = key. Zoom out with - < Z z , or _ key
While moving, zoom in or out with shift or control key
Hotspots with Spacebar

Wholeo guide, Wonder

All around, up and down, Wholeo at God Cells

pointerWhen you click and drag your pointer over the picture, you move all around. When the pointer is over a hot spot, it changes to a hand blue hotspotand the hotspot is active. Press Spacebar to toggle all the hotspot markers on and off. Blue hotspots link to the Book of Wholeo, which pops up in a separate browser window. If you prefer, use a page with links to the same window. The book explains the main areas in Wholeo with links to image details. yellow hotspotYellow hotspots link to various other pages, images, or are simply identifiers.

Here is a view of all Wholeo and the ground. To start, you are looking at the "God Cells" area devoted to cells becoming whole. Labels along the edge show east, south, west, and north. To view this file, a Java applet downloads temporarily, so you don't need a plug-in for a Macintosh or PC browser. This file is about 300 KB. You can see the parts of Wholeo undistorted, in the round. You spin back, forth, up and down, just as you would look around if you were really there, inside the dome.

Click the picture, then press spacebar to see hotspots (wait for them to appear). All hotspots remain visible.

Repress spacebar to hide hotspots again (keep pointer off any hotspot).

While pointer is over hotspot look for info in the browser status bar at the bottom of the window.

Click the hotspot or press return to jump to link.

To see your rectangular coordinates (%) in the status bar, press h and click (not over hotspot). To see the spherical pan, tilt, and fov press v. The pan is the horizontal degrees from north (+ or - 180 degrees). The tilt is the vertical degrees from the horizon (+ or - 90 degrees). The fov is the field of view or zoom in or out (10 to 160%). The X,Y coordinates are a percent (%) of the image, where the sphere is flattened to a rectangle, like a map. 0%X, 0%Y is at the top left of the rectangle. Click here to see a sample where X = 50, Y = 50, pan = 0, tilt = 0, fov = 100.

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