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Can a Standard Canvas Object Overlay a VR Canvas Object?

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Dec 23, 2018

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Adobe Animate seems to export either a full 360 degree Canvas, or a normal 2D Canvas animation (I include the panorama in this as it is a flat image that loops at the left and right sides).

What I would like to do is include a panel element that does not move with the 360 degree image, but remain in position, floating overtop of the image at all times. Is this possible within Adobe Animate or even Canvas?

The idea is to produce something similar in behaviour to Google Street view, where there is a 2D map available while you are still in Street View.

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Can a Standard Canvas Object Overlay a VR Canvas Object?

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Dec 23, 2018

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Adobe Animate seems to export either a full 360 degree Canvas, or a normal 2D Canvas animation (I include the panorama in this as it is a flat image that loops at the left and right sides).

What I would like to do is include a panel element that does not move with the 360 degree image, but remain in position, floating overtop of the image at all times. Is this possible within Adobe Animate or even Canvas?

The idea is to produce something similar in behaviour to Google Street view, where there is a 2D map available while you are still in Street View.

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