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Re: [PanoToolsNG] Panoglyph

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  • Ken Warner
    Thanks... It s one of those little projects that never seems to be done. I ve got a list of things to do a long as my arm -- so to speak. I ll stick with the
    Message 1 of 11 , Apr 10, 2008
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      Thanks...

      It's one of those little projects that never seems to be done.
      I've got a list of things to do a long as my arm -- so to speak.

      I'll stick with the current name not that it matters all that much.

      Thanks again for the feed back.

      Ken

      Terry Thrift wrote:
      > Ken,
      >
      > It looks like you have already taken your hobby project pretty far.
      > Good work!
      >
      > If you would prefer to use the name CylPan instead of PanCyl, it would
      > be ok with me if it is ok with Andrew. To my knowledge neither of us
      > have worked on or pursued the CylPan applet in a long time.
      >
      > I saw Andrew respond on this list the other day. If you are not
      > interested, that is of course fine as well. Again well done.
      >
      > -Terry-
      >
      >
      > On Apr 10, 2008, at 12:00 PM, Ken Warner wrote:
      >
      >
      >>It works. I haven't made stereo pano's but I've written a buggy
      >>applet that shows them.
      >>
      >>http://pancyl.com/mars3D.htm
      >>
      >>Shows some panos the Mars Rovers took. There's a bug I'm chasing now
      >>that prevents selecting the second thumbnail image but if you have
      >>your
      >>red/green glasses handy you will see a partial cylindrical 3D image.
      >>
      >>It's a Java applet so you might have to set your JVM parameters higher
      >>using the Java Control Panel.
      >>
      >>Java Control Panel -> Java Tab -> View (Applet Settings) -> Java
      >>Runtime Parameters -> -Xms256m -Xmx384m
      >>
      >>Use these parameters in the last cell.
      >>
      >>-Xms256m -Xmx384m
      >>
      >>Then there is the other way to show a stereo pair side by side.
      >>
      >>http://pancyl.com/stereo.htm
      >>
      >>The above URL opens in stereo mode -- left image, left eye and you
      >>need a stereo viewing device to see the stereo. If you press 'x' it
      >>changes to cross-eyed stereo -- cross your eyes and look at the
      >>fused pair of images in the middle of your field of view. Kind
      >>of tricky...
      >>
      >>This is from a thread at Panoguide.
      >>
      >>http://www.panoguide.com/forums/tipsntricks/4554/
      >>
      >>My applet is just a hobby project so don't expect too much...
      >>
      >>Ken
      >>
      >>Mark wrote:
      >>
      >>>I was thinking about taking 360 Panoramic stitched images and making
      >>>them 3D through the Anaglyph technique. What is others opinions on
      >>>this idea. Would sorta be a 360 view 3D atmosphere. Enhance the image
      >>>with invisible hot spots and add sound effects on mouseover
      >>>movements.
      >>>
      >>>Would love to hear others opinions on this idea.
      >>>
      >>>Sincerely,
      >>>Mark Allen Vass
      >>>
      >>>
      >>
      >>
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      >>
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      >>
      >>
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