How it works

The script uses the given <fsi-viewer> tag, which is similar to an <img> tag, to display a single image zoom and/or 360° object spin.

If a video has been defined, the script captures video frames on start to provide an ultra smooth rotation.

Without a video (or on devices not supporting video capturing) a fixed number of images from different viewing angles will be used to display the object spin.

The user can drag the image left and right to spin and zoom in/out either using pinch zoom or by clicking on the object.

Note on Internet Explorer:

In order to make FSI Viewer JS work, Internet Explorer must run in IE8 quirks, IE9 or higher quirks or standards mode. You can ensure that by adding an X-UA-Compatible meta tag to the head section of your web page, for example:

<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=Edge">

The HTML code generated in the FSI Server interface contains all necessary tags to ensure maximum compatibility on all devices.

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