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Re: 360 cubic QTVR panorama with simple camera and tripod

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  • Dinis Quelhas
    Thanks mate, my panosaurus should arrive sometime during this week, Yesterday i was making some experiences by hand and they didn t come out too bad. Did the
    Message 1 of 6 , Sep 5, 2006
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      Thanks mate,

      my panosaurus should arrive sometime during this week,
      Yesterday i was making some experiences by hand and
      they didn't come out too bad.
      Did the panosaurus improved anything in your trials?

      Dinis

      --- stevenkan <steven@...> wrote:

      > --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Dinis Quelhas
      > <dquelhas@...> wrote:
      > > i was wondering if any of you knew if it is
      > possible
      > > to make a 360 QTVR panorama with a simple camera
      > > (coolpix 2000) and a panosaurus head.
      > > If so, does someone knows a good and detailed
      > tutorial
      > > (for dummies :)) to do this?
      >
      > This is certainly possible, even though it will be a
      > fair amount of work for you. I did my
      > first spherical using a CoolPix 990, shooting 59
      > shots freehand. I had a lot of stitching
      > errors, but in the end the result was quite
      > believable.
      >
      > I also did several using my CoolPix 990 and a
      > Panosaurus, and later a few more using the
      > same combo plus a wide angle converter.
      >
      > This one is with the built-in CoolPix 990 lens and a
      > Panosaurus (59 shots):
      >
      > <http://www.kan.org/pano/MuseeRodin.jpg>
      >
      > (download to your HD and use FSPViewer or panoglview
      > to view):
      >
      > <http://wiki.panotools.org/Panorama_Viewers>
      >
      > I have a page with an embedded java viewer for that
      > pano, here:
      >
      > <http://www.kan.org/pano/MuseeRodinPanoJava.html>
      >
      > but I seem to be getting out-of-memory errors when
      > viewing it on my Mac.
      >
      > I never did get around to writing a "for dummies"
      > tutorial like I'd planned, but just start
      > shooting and playing around with it. PTGui is a
      > terrific piece of software, but costs a little
      > money. Hugin is free, but less polished than PTGui.
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >


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