Using a Slider to Explore a Series of Images

Have you every wanted to present a procedure visually, in such a way that a learner can explore it in more detail, at a speed they are comfortable with?

Maybe you want to make an image spin around... Like in those interactions you see on car websites. You know the ones, where you can turn the car around to check if it has the right amount of wheels (or whatever it is that people like looking at on cars)?

In this tutorial, we will look at how to animate a series of images and allow the user to control this via a slider.

Maybe you want to build a graph that allows learners to explore the relationship between various variables? Or show something more detailed, like how to perform a dance move or a basic surgical procedure?

In this tutorial, we will look at how to do this by using a slider, image states and a number of conditional triggers.

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