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Linking QTVR Panoramas

A two-node linked panorama of the second floor of Dickson Mounds Museum, Lewistown, IL.

This set of linked nodes is a good example of a QTVR virtual walk-through.

Individual QTVR panoramas can be linked together to form a virtual walk-through. In a walk-through (such as the one shown above) the cursor turns into a large arrow to indicate areas that link to another panorama. Clicking the mouse button when the cursor is a large arrow takes you into the next panorama.

Linked QTVR panoramas provide an even more immersive experience than do single panoramas.

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