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Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: iMac27" or other wide screens

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  • Ken Warner
    Here s something related... http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-10387590-1.html?tag=newsEditorsPicksArea.0 New Apple iMacs plagued by choppy Flash video
    Message 1 of 61 , Oct 31, 2009
      Here's something related...

      http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-10387590-1.html?tag=newsEditorsPicksArea.0

      New Apple iMacs plagued by choppy Flash video playback?

      Erik Krause wrote:
      > "erik_leeman" <erik.leeman@...> wrote
      >> 2400x2400 cubefaces on a 1280px screen
      >> 3600x3600 cubefaces on a 1920px screen
      >> 4800x4800 cubefaces on a 2560px screen
      >
      > For the required cube face size you must consider the maximum zoom in.
      > It is very easy, if the maximum zoom in is 90°. In this case cube face
      > size and screen width should be the same.
      >
      > As a first approximation for further zoom in you can simply multiply
      > with 90°/vFoV. An example: if you want to zoom in to 45° you need about
      > the double cube face size.
      >
      > Since it isn't necessary to zoom in that far in order to view enough
      > detail on large screens it would be recommended to simply limit zoom in
      > according to the screen size. I don't know which viewer currently
      > supports this...
      >
      > best regards
      > --
      > Erik Krause
      >
    • Ken Warner
      Here s something related... http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-10387590-1.html?tag=newsEditorsPicksArea.0 New Apple iMacs plagued by choppy Flash video
      Message 61 of 61 , Oct 31, 2009
        Here's something related...

        http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-10387590-1.html?tag=newsEditorsPicksArea.0

        New Apple iMacs plagued by choppy Flash video playback?

        Erik Krause wrote:
        > "erik_leeman" <erik.leeman@...> wrote
        >> 2400x2400 cubefaces on a 1280px screen
        >> 3600x3600 cubefaces on a 1920px screen
        >> 4800x4800 cubefaces on a 2560px screen
        >
        > For the required cube face size you must consider the maximum zoom in.
        > It is very easy, if the maximum zoom in is 90°. In this case cube face
        > size and screen width should be the same.
        >
        > As a first approximation for further zoom in you can simply multiply
        > with 90°/vFoV. An example: if you want to zoom in to 45° you need about
        > the double cube face size.
        >
        > Since it isn't necessary to zoom in that far in order to view enough
        > detail on large screens it would be recommended to simply limit zoom in
        > according to the screen size. I don't know which viewer currently
        > supports this...
        >
        > best regards
        > --
        > Erik Krause
        >
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