- ... The lack of perspective correction is annoying but unlike others pans that try to show very high vertical fov I find this tolerable. When the vertical fovMessage 1 of 5 , Aug 31, 2006View SourceRick Drew wrote:
> Nice concept, but I find the FOV too narrow and the lack of distortionThe lack of perspective correction is annoying but unlike others pans
> correction annoying. Plus their interface locked up two different
that try to show very high vertical fov I find this tolerable. When the
vertical fov is increased the horizontal and vertical fov on the viewing
window is also increased. Then means what might seam like a slight
change in viewing angle points you around 180 deg. I found those very
difficult to navigate. On the other hand this one was much more
intuitive. I am still looking for a viewer that can handle perspective
correction and can show full spherical video.
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- Take also a look at their making of page... see http://risingfromruin.msnbc.com/2005/11/you_write_the_c.html What I like is the interface they have to view theMessage 2 of 5 , Aug 31, 2006View SourceTake also a look at their making of page... see
What I like is the interface they have to view the panoramic videos... Is
Microsoft now finally seeing the $$$ in panoramic photography and video?
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- Is this in some Windows-only format? I click on your link, then on the link that says 360 video tour , then the pictures at the top rotate around to where itMessage 3 of 5 , Sep 1, 2006View SourceIs this in some Windows-only format? I click on your link,
on the link that says "360 video tour", then the pictures at
top rotate around to where it originally was and no video.
just being dense? I don't see anything resembling video.
warnings that I don't have a proper plugin, etc.
> MSNBC has some impressive 360-video of Katrina devastation
> last November shot by
> Matt Uyttendaele.
> Some of the video was car mounted, and there is a tour of
> a man's destroyed house, where you can look
> around at the holes in the house.
> Matt says:
> > This was all shot with a Version 1 Pt. Grey Ladybug.
> > The viewer was done in Flash by the MSNBC staff.
> > The house video was particularly challenging because it
> > was all head mounted. My team had to develop some new
> > software to 'steady- cam' the video in post-production
> > then an additional piece of software to allow the
> up-vector to be key-framed.
> (Some of you may remember Matt from the Savannah VR
> Summit, when he presented a talk on Interactive Visual
> The visual "experience" is changing faster and faster :-)
> Mike Quan