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Re: Linear pano stitching know-how anyone?

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  • dquelhas
    Hi, the article is here: http://grail.cs.washington.edu/projects/multipano/agarwala_sig06.pdf#search=%22Siggraph%20%22Photographing%20Long%22%22 It was the
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      Hi, the article is here:
      http://grail.cs.washington.edu/projects/multipano/agarwala_sig06.pdf#search=%22Siggraph%20%22Photographing%20Long%22%22

      It was the first google result writing in the search box: Siggraph
      "Photographing Long".

      This article is brilliant. Thanks for sharing.

      Dinis

      --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Daniel M. German" <dmgerman@...>
      wrote:
      >
      >
      > If you are technically inclined, there is a very interesting article
      > in this year's Siggraph (unfortunately I am not connected to the
      > internet now so I can't provide a link). The title is:
      >
      > Agarwala, Agarwala, Cohen, Salesin, and Szeliski. Photographing Long
      > Scenes with Multi-Viewpoint Panoramas.
      >
      > It provides a lot of insight on the challenges of these types of
      > panoramas.
      >
      > In a nutshell, they took photos 1 meter apart with a fisheye. They
      > noticed that everything not in the main plane is difficult to stitch
      > so it is better to force it to come from one photo only.
      >
      > The final problem they discovered was that by the time you end the
      > pano the sun has changed, so you need to adjust for brightness.
      >
      >
      >
      >
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