The example zpp project from the thread Steve sent through (Thanks @stevesanerd! ) doesn’t use a 360 image. Rather, it’s an example of using swipe functionality to rotate an object, which is essentially the same functionality-wise when rotating a 360 photosphere.
If you create a 360 panorama you can set the code in the RotateByTouchScript script node (in the example project) to rotate the photosphere node in your own Hierarchy.
Create a reference to your photosphere object in the script by dragging it to the top of the script and selecting Insert new variable, then instead of calling the
rotate() function on the
mObj variable, call it on your photosphere variable.
All credit to @bradleycox255 (Thanks Bradley!) who created this example project.
All the best,