Experimental; no validations yet.
Work in progress.
|Required Script|| |
|Supported Layouts||fixed, fixed-height, responsive, fill, flex-item|
|Examples||See AMP By Example's amp-google-vrview-image example.|
See Google VR View for more details.
VR view supports mono and stereo 360 images. Note:
- VR view images can be stored as png, jpeg, or gif. Recommend is jpeg for improved compression.
- For maximum compatibility and performance, image dimensions should be powers of two (e.g., 2048 or 4096).
- Mono images should be 2:1 aspect ratio (e.g. 4096 x 2048).
- Stereo images should be 1:1 aspect ratio (e.g. 4096 x 4096).
<amp-google-vrview-image src="https://storage.googleapis.com/vrview/examples/coral.jpg" stereo width="400" height="300" layout="responsive" > </amp-google-vrview-image>
|src||The source URL of a stereo image. Must resolve to https. See notes above on what kind of image can be passed here.|
|stereo||If specified, the image provided by the |
|yaw||Initial yaw of viewer, in degrees. Defaults to 0.|
|yaw-only||Can be specified to restrict motion to yaw only.|
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