Re: Champs ElysÃ©es 365visit
- Hi Wim,
Thanks for your input and for not emphasizing the bad points that have
been mentioned and repeated a few times.
I do agree with your opinion satisfying a client and satisfying your own
standards are two different things. But as you probably know budgets are
limited these days.. I won't say anymore, everybody will understand.
In terms of equipment I have seen some good things but also some clear
limits (junction 180/180 of the panos, people moving, setup time between
each pano so there is no real continuity etc etc) and it is clear that I
will do the next project with another set equipment (probably an
electric wheelchair with a monopod on top of it and multi-camera
Now the viewer also have to be improved.
I still do believe there is a very good potential in such immersive walk
as it is different, not a "high class" standard virtual visit with
limited number of shots, not google streetview with difficult
navigation, not immersive video... somehow I would like to get the best
of all them in my own product.
So yes I will continue to develop the concept, both in terms of setup
and viewing experience.
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Wim Koornneef <wim.koornneef@...>
> Hello Thomas,
> Fist the bad part :-(
> Others already said a lot about the poor quality of the production so
> not repeat all issues but I have to say 1 thing about it.then
> Would you be happy if you where the customer, I mean you have your own
> standards of quality and when you measure your own production are you
> really satisfied about it ? I wonder.http://www.qtbridge.com/pleinpot/gallery_pleinpot/demo_2/Champs_Elysee.h\
> Now the good part :-)
> With an adapted method for shooting and processing your approach has
> definitely a big potential, despite all critics I like it a lot.
> BTW, I love Paris ;-)
> Before continuing I suggest that you fine tune your method but not
> 1000 images over kilometers but with just a couple of dozens over 100meter
> and then hopefully you can solve other issues f.e. what to do with theshade
> of the equipment when shooting in bright daylight.cloudy day
> (I suspect that the images of your tour are shot on purpose on a
> to avoid this issue....)http://www.nabble.com/Champs-Elys%C3%A9es-365visit-tp24224530p24266550.h\
> I like to see a follow up.
> Thomas Demolliens wrote:
> > ...Your opinion?..
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- Thanks Jim for your interesting answer. I do not quite agree with the
Google Streetview navigation, I find it quite messy, difficult to
understand and not very intuitive. But it's true that there are many
predictables nodes which is really a plus.