In your article you write "Another use for 'Mosaic Images' is to create
stereo panoramas from a single camera rotating around a point behind it"
Can you advice me about the off set distance between the NPP position and
the rotation center ?
I think without a NPP off set it is impossible to get a 3D stereo pair from
a single video so I am afraid the videos Frank van Dam shot for me with his
Canon EOS 5DMKII with Tokina 10-17@12mm in NPP are not suited to use for 3D
David Sykes-3 wrote:
> Roger D. Williams wrote:
>> I seem to remember something said about taking many photos on the way
>> around the 360 degrees and using only a narrow, central, "slice"
> The paper was by Shmuel Peleg et al, the method was commercialised for
> creating lenticular prints, the method was incorporated into StereoPhoto
> Maker (SPM) and descibed by myself here :-
> Using a Canon A620 in 640x480 movie mode and rotated by a disco ball
> motor, I was able to create the stereo panorama shown at the top of this
> page :-
> You can download as a ZIP file and use SPM to view with whatever method
> (including shutter glasses) you like.
> Unlike any other stereo capture method, you can alter the camera spacing
> after the event !
> You do that by taking the strips at a different distance from the centre.
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