OMG is still in it's first public version and needs a couple of improvements in order to double up and get REALLY useful as a slideshow component.
Currently OMG can be used to display object movies, and you can control those with the mouse and arrow keys.
If you hold the mouse button down for half a second, there will appear a magnifying glass so that you can see things in more detail.
There are two modes for moving the object movie. One is to drag it, and the other mode behaves like moving panos, the speed increases as you move further away from the point where you clicked and started dragging the mouse.
You can use different sized images of different objects (photos), and use the component to display those as a slideshow. This could be had in static mode, non-distorted or distorted in the pano... just like any other hotspot. Currently, the OMG does align the images to the upper left corner, and this means that if you have different sized photos, some in landscape mode and others in portrait mode and in different shapes, the viewing experience will not be optimized, since the images will be "jumping" to the left upper corner of their position, rather than to display in the center of their stage, where one would expect them to show up. Another issue when it comes to using OMG as a slideshow, is that it will cut off the stage in a way that it shouldn't; if the tallest image is 1000x1000 pixels, but there is an image that is 500x700 pixels, the stage created for OMG may end up being only 500x700 pixels, and cut off 500 and 300 pixels from the stage needed to display the biggest image. WHY this happens is not clear to me, but it is to be fixed. When object movies are made, those are always using the exact same sized images, so it is not a problem to display those, but obviously it becomes an issue when using the component as a slideshow.
This fix will be done in the next round of fixes planned as soon as Proggy finishes the project he is working on now (for another company). He just finished making a news-stand app for the biggest technology company in Peru (the company which owns the .pe extension for domains)... you can his app here: http://goo.gl/RbsBc
The work he has put into this is going to benefit us when it comes to the iOS player output which is to be put on full time development once he finishes the scheduled fixes for us.
Hopefully this helped clarifying things a bit.
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