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Camera zoom when clicked on annotation

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  • #43001
    jakubpelka
    Participant

    Hi, I created simple content in Blender with simple image annotations.

    Right my now annotation is connected with Empty feautre so there is no physical, visible object that annotation is connected to.

    I want to achieve sth like:

    When Clicked “annotation 1” camera look at “Target 1” in 10 sec.

    Problem is that I can’t choose annotation as a trigger (there is no annotation on the list) and there is nothing to click as it is empty feature. Is there any way to do it ?

    EDIT:
    * Example I created is not working :) but it presents concept I have in mind…

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    #43024
    xeon
    Customer

    Your on click is to an empty which will not work.

    For your situation, I might consider not using annotations and using 3D objects. I would create 3D disks or circular planes with textures for numbering. I would then constrain the disks to always face the camera.
    Then you can use the onclick even of the discs to do whatever you need.

    Alternatively, you could create HTML elements and bind them to your empties….Then you could send an HTML onclick event in the parent window to the V3D scene to take some action.

    I am sure there are some other ways to do this but these are just two simple methods.

    Xeon
    Route 66 Digital
    Interactive Solutions

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