The panorama component provides a way to present panoramic images (e.g. a phone camera in Panorama mode) on screen. The image used cannot be more than 178956970 pixels.
For a demo in builder mode, after unpacking the demos, click on Demos > Feature Demos > panorama.
Everything in a PsychoPy® experiment needs a unique name. The name should contain only letters, numbers and underscores (no punctuation marks or spaces).
The time that the stimulus should first play. See Defining the onset/duration of components for details.
The length of time (sec) to record for. An expected duration can be given for visualisation purposes. See Defining the onset/duration of components for details; note that only seconds are allowed.
Filenames can be relative or absolute paths and can refer to most image formats (e.g. tif, jpg, bmp, png, etc.). If this is set to none, the patch will be a flat colour.
Options include Mouse (movement of mouse), Drag (mouse left click to drag/move around the scene), Keyboard (Arrow Keys), Keyboard (WASD), Keyboard (Custom keys) and Custom. - If Custom is selected, there will be options to control the Azimuth (horizontal viewing position) and Elevation (vertical viewing position)
If using a mouse, moving the mouse from the center of the screen to the edge of the screen will move the scene 180°
If using the keyboard arrow keys, holding down the left/right arrow keys will move the scene 180° in 2 seconds
Note: The bigger the multiplier, the quicker the movement
Options include Mouse Wheel, Mouse Wheel (inverted), Keyboard (Arrow Keys), Keyboard (+/-), Keyboard (Custom keys) and Custom (i.e. via code component)
Default is 1 where: - If using a mouse, scrolling up/down the mouse wheel zooms in/out of the panoramic scene - If using the keyboard arrow keys, pressing the zoom in/out key will zoom in/out of the panoramic scene
Note: The bigger the multiplier, the larger the zoom
If linear is selected then linear interpolation will be applied when the image is rescaled to the appropriate size for the screen. Nearest will use a nearest-neighbour rule.
Whether to save the onset and offset times of the component.