- I use standalone versions of SPi-V and DevalVR to view equirectangular
versions of 360x180 panos.
I don't know whether or not they build "on the fly" cubic faces...
BTW, the displayed rectilinear image is good and moves are very smooth.
This is very helpful for previews before end of stitcher use, but this
is out of topic!
- Hallo, Hannes
on Sat, 30 Dec 2006 09:00:12 -0000 Rik wrote:
> I forget the exact formulas. You can find the general forms in anySearch for "Euler Angles" if you want to know the math behind it...
> good computer graphics text, but working out the details is always
Resources, not only for panorama creation:
- My memory of Euler Angles had grown fuzzy with time (hey, I haven't
really worried about them since my mechanics classes in physics grad
school 20+ years ago), so I googled them to remind myself. I got a
kick out of the blue-boxed warning at the beginning of the article on
Wikpedia. You know, the same one where they say that the article may
need to be cleaned up or doesn't provide proper references. This one
said: "This article or section may be confusing or unclear for some
readers." I had to laugh 8-) I know I can imaging an unsuspecting
reader wondering what the heck THAT is!
On Jan 1, 2007, at 12:06 PM, Erik Krause wrote:
> Search for "Euler Angles" if you want to know the math behind it...
> Erik Krause
> Resources, not only for panorama creation: