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Fun/Interactive Model X Animation

Discussion in 'Model X' started by bonnie, Dec 2, 2015.

  1. bonnie

    bonnie Oil is for sissies.

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  2. SCModelX

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    Cool! Thanks for sharing
     
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    Holy heck, this is great! Probably requires a real computer, not a mobile device. My PC's CPU fan spun up when I started moving it around. Super cool!
     
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    Q: yeah, but the doors get in the way. It would be nice to have a completely "sitting inside" interior view
    A: Via FB Jonas Kloster Havnegjerde If you are on pc, switch to the first person mode and use the up and down keys to control the camera.

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  6. MikeL

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    Now THAT's what the Internet is for (near as I can tell :wink: ) Wonder when I can drive a car like that?
     
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    I didn't realize you can zoom into the cabin and poke around in there. I particularly like the "frunk view" looking back into the cabin. I've always wondered what the back of the 17" screen looked like. ;-)

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    This would be a cool way to configure the car. I wonder if the Design Studio could incorporate this technology?
     
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    Are the windows on the roof/falcon wing doors really that big? I guess I haven't seen (m)any shots from above.
     

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    OMG, that is amazing.

    Go full screen. You can translate left/right by holding down the right mouse button, move forward/backwards with the mouse scroll wheel, and look around by holding down the left mouse button.

    With a little bit of work you can put yourself in front of each seat headrest.
     
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    I also question whether the Falcon Wing roof windows are that large.
     
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    The Falcon wing roof windows are large from the outside, but not from the inside. The inside has a frame surrounded by the headliner, so they look quite small to me.
     
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    Wow really, that is what the X roof looks like from above? How awesome is that!
     
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    OK, this is fun, like the rest of you, I've not had a birds eye view....sure want to drive one!
     
  14. MrBoylan

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    Very cool. Thanks for sharing, Bonnie. Is that the same config as your Sig?
     
  15. AnOutsider

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    damn that's awesome
     
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    That is wicked awesome! Any backstory on it?
     
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    Wonderful!

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  18. anticitizen13.7

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    HOw accurate is this representation? It's fun, but a bit sluggish on my comparatively ancient home computer.
     
  19. bonnie

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    No idea where it came from. Just happened upon it.
     
  20. goneskiian

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    Very cool indeed! Too bad they couldn't get an X on the 17" screen though! Too nitpicky? Likely. ;-)
     

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