OT ?: VRMAG relaunch issue 28 is online
- hi, sorry for cross posting, but the vrmag newsletter DB was
partially corrupted, so this is the only way to reach you all.
You're just a click away from VRMAG's relaunch issue 28:
the most complete ever published with 45 articles, 11 contributing
writers and panoramas from 29 contributing photographers.
In addition to the simplified and interactive panorama navigation we
added a panoramic leaflet, as a new navigation method to access to
the articles. VRMAG also has a new blog and a Yahoo group.
Relax, unwind and immerse yourself in a yourney of discovery through
places, events and people around the world. In this issue we will
take you to: the closed and radioactive zone of Chernobyl, Wired
NextFest in Los Angeles, Cuba's capital city La Habana, Red square in
Moscow, the Palaces where European Royalties lives, New York's
Tribute in light, the island of Aphrodite Cyprus, Valentino's exhibit
at Ara Pacis museum in Rome, the Mayan ruins Chinkultic and Tenam
Puente in Mexico, Vienna, Copenhagen Opera House, Seattle, RedBull
AirRace Abu Dhabi ... and more ...
The article Advanced panoramic stitching - is a reasoned approach
which might quell the "Stitcher Wars" currently raging. Pat St.
Clair's writes about his experimentations during 100+ hours with
PTGui Pro 7.2 and Stitcher 5.6.1 Unlimited, using three lensing
options and a new rig. In his findings, Pat tries to bring focus,
common sense and clarity to a complex topic.
We'll let you experience the panorama from a sleeping pill bottle,
watch the interior of a Coca Cola's one, transport you into a washing
machine and feel like...your sock. You will even transform into a
fish and be intrigued by a guy ironing underwater; you will enter the
head of Hermann's sculpture, have a chat with Jonathan Livingston,
experience a bubble party, feel the thrill of extreme canyoning ...
For VRMAG showing panoramas of the physical world is not enough. For
that reason we'll take you to Second Life, in order to visit Anshe
Chung's Picture Gallery Dresden; to DanCoyote's Full Immersion
Hyperformalism; behind the scenes of the creation of next generation
screenshots for the gaming industry; and even to a visit to
"Wellenkreis" an art installation of an endless sine curve in real
This issue's guest artist is Patrick Cheatham.
This year google sponsored the development of panorama making
software.Yuval Levi interviews the administrator of the Hugin/
Panotools participation to Google�s Summer of Code, Leslie Hawthorn,
Program Manager - Open Source at Google; Pablo d'Angelo, Lead
Engineer for hugin; and Ken Turkowski, VR scientist.
If Markus Krueger, on the other hand, shows you how he managed to
built a spherical cube in the real world", by entering the head of
Hermann, Carel Struycken, tells to the readers, about how he became a
panographer, and about his most interesting VR projects; while
Matthias Taugwalder, takes you to the Swiss Alps, and later on to
Lucerne Panotools meeting. The 2007 IVRPA Conference in Berkeley is
covered by videos and reports, while Aldo Hoeben shares his Kite
panorama experience at Sziget 2007. Fourchambers studios unveils the
next generation's educative tools and...
much, much more awaits you, just a click away...
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- Even a blurb about Nodal Ninja 3 and the new Nodal Ninja 5 Pro :-)
Thanks Marco and VRMag.org
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- great magazine :-))))
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Bill Bailey <bill@...> wrote:
> Even a blurb about Nodal Ninja 3 and the new Nodal Ninja 5 Pro :-)
> Thanks Marco and VRMag.org
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