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fisheye distorsion and control points

Hi allI am trying to write my custom stitching software using libapno and have some doubts about fisheye distorsion removal.In the stitching process I have
Enrique Molano
12:57 PM
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57626

Re: Any way to specify arbitrary pole positions?

If someone takes a pano, using a pole held at an angle (say 45 degrees) the Zenith and Nadir (top and bottom) no longer line up with the Sky and Earth. This
alan_r_cam
May 19
#57626
 
57625

Re: Any way to specify arbitrary pole positions?

That sounds like just a numerical transform of the spherical image. That’s what the function is called in PTGUI. I have no idea how to do this in Hugin. To
Sacha Griffin
May 19
#57625
 
57624

Re: Any way to specify arbitrary pole positions?

... I can not imagine what this should be good for. However, some thoughts: Any point inside an equirectangular image can be the new pole. The other pole will
Erik Krause
May 19
#57624
 
57623

Re: Any way to specify arbitrary pole positions?

Hi Erik, Thanks for your reply! Sorry I've not explained myself very well, and I think I'm using some terminology incorrectly. What I'm trying to do is project
drewmacqu
May 18
#57623
 
57622

Re: Any way to specify arbitrary pole positions?

... The poles are always opposite to each other on a sphere, that's it's nature. How in your opinion should a sphere look like where the poles are not
Erik Krause
May 18
#57622
 
57621

Any way to specify arbitrary pole positions?

Hello, I'm new to the group, apologies if this question doesn't make sense. I was wondering if anyone knew of a way to specify arbitrary pole positions i.e. to
drewmacqu
May 18
#57621
 
57620

Re: Why do I have to optimise g and t (sheer)?

... [...] ... Well, the result is visually appealing but obviously not what you expected. :-) The shear parameters are very specialized ones and should only be
Erik Krause
May 17
#57620
 
57619

Why do I have to optimise g and t (sheer)?

Hello, I'm using autooptimiser to map pixel positions to azimuth and altitude. That is, I'm only using a single image plus a dummy 360x180 degree
Steinar Midtskogen
May 16
#57619
 
57618

Re: Proof of concept virtual tour [1 Attachment]

... I'll have to play around with firmware features, and/or update the firmware ... panoramic photoing is screw up my positioning, more experimenting is needed
tom_a_sparks
May 8
#57618
 
57617

Re: Proof of concept virtual tour [1 Attachment]

I agree with Sacha.  Also poor exposure, focus, positioning and/or composition is boring at best.  The quality of that little camera leaves a lot to be
Dicere Abdere
May 7
#57617
 
57616

Re: Proof of concept virtual tour [1 Attachment]

... Noted ... Noted ... I have removed the nadir hotspots as there were cause other issues ... On the to-do list ... the camera has the resolution appox 2.5
tom_a_sparks
May 7
#57616
 
57615

Re: Proof of concept virtual tour

Try the new marzipano.net Cumprimentos, António Cabral Enviado do meu iPhone ... Try the new marzipano.net Cumprimentos, António Cabral Enviado do meu iPhone
António Cabral
May 7
#57615
 
57614

Re: Proof of concept virtual tour [1 Attachment]

What do you want to know? My take would be.. 1. The default krpano droplet is not really too user friendly. People aren’t going to find the thumbnails
Sacha Griffin
May 7
#57614
 
57613

Proof of concept virtual tour

I am doing Proof of concept virtual tour for group witch is called HSBNE inc (HackerSpace Brisbane inc) I know
Tom Sparks
May 7
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