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The only stand along viewer for Android I know of is Panodroid.
It is limited to equirectangular images. But it then converts them to faces. My
tablet handles 2048 pixels faces easily. My phone could not convert 8400X4200
pano to 1024 pixel faces.
It is very responsive. No zoom. It can display panos from local, from URL, or by
searching Flickr. I can not find anywhere on the device where the tiles are
cached. The pano was cached but loading the same pano with different tile size
from my home network even though the pano was cached it downloaded it again then
converted to faces before displaying.
Multiresolution flash player is probably the easiest way to go.
On 2012-09-15 4:36 AM, John Goodman wrote:
> Is there a good way to view spherical panos (~80Mpx) locally on a HD Android--
> tablet? Ideal would be a light standalone viewer like DevalVR or FSP for
> single pano files, but nothing seems available. Flash seems fated to fail,
> since mobile settings at Adobe doesn't allow green-lighting local folders the
> way the PC version does, not to mention Flash being a dead-end from Android
> 4.1. Are there workarounds for non-rooted devices that would allow loading
> Flash panos from an SD card? However, mobile browser support for
> PTGuiViewer.swf seems spotty. If the pano loads, I can pan up and down in some
> browsers but not zoom, or zoom but only pan horizontally in other browsers. A
> few Android apps I've tried for pano viewing either require internet or are
> limited to low resolution (or both). All in all, a sorry state of affairs. Is
> there any current remedy? Anything in the pipeline? TIA.
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