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Is an interactive fly through of an architectural design possible?

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    Avatarphiliprhoades
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    I am just getting started with Blender but I needed Verge3D for some interactive web stuff that I want to do – one of these things is doing sketches of buildings and rooms in 3D. I now have some idea of how to rotate these things in Blender and produce Verge3D stuff that people could look at from my web site – however I am wondering if it would be possible, in a similar to using the arrow keys for:

    A Help Totem Pole – a first exercise for me

    A Help Totem Pole – a first exercise for me

    to do an interactive “fly through” of a building? If this is actually possible, it seems the main technical problem will be the slowness of the interactivity?

    Thanks,
    Phil.

    #22846
    Yuri KovelenovYuri Kovelenov
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    This is surely possible – just switch your camera type to Flying in Blender.

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