One of the hot topics of the day led me to this quick example of a ticket selection document. I know it won’t answer the questions burning in Texas, “Mark Cuban or Nolan Ryan” but it could help you buy the best seats once you know which new owner you will be purchasing them from.
Using this document end users could click on various buttons to turn on and off a map overlay that uses QuadriSpace’s “3D Markup” capability. With a little more work ticket sections could be selected and display pricing information and links to the actual store for ticket purchasing.
I download the Rangers Stadium model from Google Warehouse here and then imported this SketchUp file directly into Pages3D. From there the steps to create this document were straight forward… add the background shapes, add the images (map, Nolan Ryan and Mark Cuban), use the mouse to position the view and then capture 3 illustrations. For one of the illustrations we added a 3D markup so the map could be overlayed like this:
The final step was to create the buttons: ON which turns the map on, OFF which turns it off and HOME which repositions the camera to a default position.
This took about 10 minutes to create. Here is a movie of the document in action…