Whoaahhh, hold on!
Maybe the homepage gave you the impression this presentation tool is already finished and I’m swimming in piles of money, Scrooge McDuck-style.
Well, the only tool here is me for still not having completed this project after coming up with the idea somewhere back in 2013 (and of course I’m a tool for making dumbass puns all the time).
But don’t be sad – every monday morning I will update this page and over time you will see Xplane becoming more extensive, easier to use and hopefully also a lot less buggy. So without further ado…
Latest test version (14-01-2019): Upload your PowerPoint file and load the first three slides into the Xplane template.
Previous test version (07-01-2019):
Xplane3D test version
With the test version above you can click on each of the three paintings in this museum template to upload an image from your PC. These will be your three virtual ‘slides’. You can navigate this short presentation with your arrow buttons or with page up and page down.
If you think all this stuff is really awesome, click here to make a donation.
Goal for next update (21-01-2019):
With the next test version you can drag and drop your PowerPoint presentation into the standardised Xplane template. The first three slides of your PowerPoint presentation will be converted into images which can be seen in the virtual ‘slides’ of the museum template.
Goal for Q1 2019:
Eventually with the first version of Xplane you will be able to convert your whole PowerPoint file and choose a template that you like more or one that best fits the content of your presentation. In later versions we want to make it possible for you to wholly create your own 3D environments and also to deviate from standardised virtual routes.