Hey Klaus, not sure about the python part but I can chime in on the twinmotion part - definitely doable. Once you set your cameras in TM all you would have to do is select the panoramas you want to create and then click on export. I've used 360 panos for presentations and they are indeed very impressive. You can then use a 360 pano viewer app on the ipad and use its gyro to rotate the view accoring to the direction you're facing. let me know if you decide to do it via TM and i'll happily prepare a quick video showing how.
thank you for your reply.
I am looking for a solution to automate the creation of the "cameras", the viewpoints by feeding a list of i.e. "xyz-coordinates as campoint and a vektor/angle/.. for startview" and the pano-properties. So I do not have to set the cameras manually. This work is already done - in a normal 2D-CAD.
I search some kind of "import DWG-Block with attributes, create a ARCHICAD-Camera using information out of the DWG-Block-inctance"-solution (is there a "object-to-camera"-phyton possible?) then I can start a batch-render...