thanks for the update. Can you grab the last file taken now?
BTW, are you using this library to do the HTTP request or did you build your own?
I looked at several other HTTP get/post libraries, but the one above is the only one that appears to use Digest Authentication, which is needed for Client Mode testing.
I think I’m going to move forward with Electron and the request library above.
Note that when I tried to use Cordova/PhoneGap a year ago, I was not able to display the images in 360 navigation mode on Android/iOS. This problem may be fixed by now. However, if you need to display a 360 image on your mobile device with navigation, you may want to test this first before you get too far.
It’s possible to show the equirectangular image easily, so if that works for your application, it will be easier to implement.
It’s quite possible that Cordova/PhoneGap/Ionic has solved this problem
My last attempt was in Sept 2017. At the time, I got this working in Cordova. Back in Sept 2017, I did not have the 360 navigation and buttons working at the same time. I’m assuming that when you show the 360 image or video, you want the user to be able to move to a different part of the image. If this is not a requirement, then your application will be much easier to finish.
Look at this video from July of 2017
I suspect, maybe just hope, that the problems with Cordova/A-Frame have been solved.
Thanks for the explanation, I actually use A-frame to view the 360 images from the Theta.
My last attempt was in Sept 2017. At the time, I got this working in Cordova. Back in Sept 2017, I did not have the 360 navigation and buttons working at the same time. I’m assuming that when you show the 360 image or video, you want the user to be able to move to a different part of the image.
I’m building an interactive image, I only use one button in ionic that enable the adding of elements in A-frame. those elements too are buttons that do something such as animation, etc. (sometimes those are difficult clicking on).
so, I don’t think that the buttons are still a problem now.
Based on your comment and the comment from @strangerism , I’m assuming that takePicture() no longer returns the fileUri and that Ricoh needs to update their API documentation.
Yes, that seems the case. The other commands are good. I just remember being confused at CheckForUpdates and I didn’t find the API helpful.