I finally have some pictures up from my apartment in Denver, as well as a few things in Orlando. You can see them in my new gallery. The gallery is not complete. I will be adding in a function that will allow requesting larger versions of pictures, a better loader for the pictures, and a (hopefully) improved interface. And if you are on a slow connection, be prepared to wait. The pix are much bigger than with my old picture viewer, so they're bigger files. It's worth it, though, really!
The whole thing runs off of XML which not only stores the data for the pictures, but also governs the colors used in the viewer. This is also pretty cool because I am using two custom ActionScript class files. One controls animations and the other the functionality of the pictures themselves. Of course, having looked through RealEyes' class files, I know mine are pale imitations, but it was a good exercise to get me back in the class-based development mindset.
Oh, I also hope to have a panoramic view from the apartment's rooftop patio up soon, but I really need to get back into learning RealEyes' framework. It's some seriously complex stuff. But my task is made easier by the new mouse they got me, which has 4-way scrolling and built in magnification, which is super cool. I heart gadgets.