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simply steve

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Location: Michigan,
Registered: 16 Aug 2004
Re: oneshot panorama
Posted: 23 Aug 2004 at 4:48 GMT
kaiser - looks like you can not only have it, but share all you wish. check it out:

www.meiers.net/sven/janorama/index.html

Such a cool one-shot concept cool Thanks for sharing.
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Pascal Vuylsteker

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Location: Canberra, Australia
Registered: 5 Sep 2004
Re: oneshot panorama
Posted: 5 Sep 2004 at 7:24 GMT
If you want a soft to take care of the converion from one shot of the mirror ball to whatever you want, you should try the shareware CubicConverter
www.clickheredesign.com.au/cubicconverter/
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michael przewrocki

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Location: basel, Switzerland
Registered: 19 Nov 2004
Re: oneshot panorama
Posted: 19 Nov 2004 at 5:30 GMT
www.pellepiano.com/qtvr/skola/basket2.html
this link from may is not working,
use this:
www.pellepiano.com/qtvr
maybe pelle can give a better one.
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michael przewrocki

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Location: basel, Switzerland
Registered: 19 Nov 2004
Re: oneshot panorama
Posted: 19 Nov 2004 at 5:51 GMT
www.tbk.de
the best panorama-technology-site
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michael przewrocki

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Location: basel, Switzerland
Registered: 19 Nov 2004
Re: oneshot panorama
Posted: 19 Nov 2004 at 5:53 GMT
updated: 19 Nov 2004 at 5:55 GMT
panoramas are huge. why so tiny windows?
is it possible to have a bigger-window?
hotmedia and other are so small. i cannot believe it.
what i like most in the janorama-example is the fact that the image will not be distorted mowing up and down when using the mouse. no balance-act.
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michael przewrocki

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Location: basel, Switzerland
Registered: 19 Nov 2004
Re: oneshot panorama
Posted: 19 Nov 2004 at 7:42 GMT
www.pointzero.nl/dump/mirrorball_theory/

found in the galleries-section
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Pelle Piano

Posts: 56
Location: Farsta, Sweden
Registered: 18 May 2004
Re: oneshot panorama
Posted: 19 Nov 2004 at 17:08 GMT
I have just changed server , so the links did not work for a while. Here are some af the mirrorball panoramas

www.pellepiano.com/qtvr/skola/basket2.html
www.pellepiano.com/qtvr/skola/rondell.html
www.pellepiano.com/qtvr/skola/10_gunga_2b.html
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Gilgamesh

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Registered: 18 Nov 2004
Re: oneshot panorama
Posted: 19 Nov 2004 at 19:05 GMT
They are great very surprised . Yesterday I bought myself a shiny christmasball, bu t I still haven't been able to convert the picture to a panorama. Can you give some pointers?

I notice you don't use spherical panorama's. Isn't that possible?

Grtz,

Don
smile
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Pelle Piano

Posts: 56
Location: Farsta, Sweden
Registered: 18 May 2004
Re: oneshot panorama
Posted: 20 Nov 2004 at 11:23 GMT
Its the Polar Cordinates filter in Photoshop that unwraps the image. The image has to be taken from under the ball,
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Gilgamesh

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Re: oneshot panorama
Posted: 22 Nov 2004 at 14:03 GMT
The only way I can get a reasonable result is by loading the picture taken from the bottom of the ball into pteditor and choose 160 degrees FOV (max) en 90 degrees tilt? However I have the bottom side of a circular panorama that way. I should take a shot from the topside to get the other half complete.

I tried polar coördinates, but when I view the resulting panorama in ptviewer, the result is unrecognizable.

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Pelle Piano

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Location: Farsta, Sweden
Registered: 18 May 2004
Re: oneshot panorama
Posted: 22 Nov 2004 at 23:56 GMT
Havent tried that, I use the Janorama player.
Link in earlier threads.
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Pelle Piano

Posts: 56
Location: Farsta, Sweden
Registered: 18 May 2004
Re: oneshot panorama
Posted: 8 Dec 2004 at 13:13 GMT
updated: 8 Dec 2004 at 13:15 GMT
I got some improvements when changing "lens" =) , another christmas ball ( 3 bucks ) ). Here are some examples....

www.alonzo.se/panorama/arbete1.html
www.alonzo.se/panorama/gudrun2.html

... and a "big" one. 270kb
www.alonzo.se/panorama/mellanrum_big.html
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lachers

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Location: Canberra, Australia
Registered: 22 Nov 2004
Re: oneshot panorama
Posted: 9 Dec 2004 at 5:13 GMT
Hey there ppl, i love the concept and have tried EVERYWHERE to get a Christams ball that is large enough, and shiny. I never thought that it would be this difficult, especially given the fact that it is christmas time!!!!

If there are any suggestions, i am listening!!! I have tried ebay and everything, i am just about willing to transfer $10 to some one and post it over to me in Australia!!!!

Cheers - Lachlan
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Pelle Piano

Posts: 56
Location: Farsta, Sweden
Registered: 18 May 2004
Re: oneshot panorama
Posted: 9 Dec 2004 at 10:27 GMT
it does not have to be big. The one I use is just about 5,5 cm in diameter ( i tried a 4 cm ball to and it worked just as well but is to little to cover the whole image even when using full zoom ).
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michael przewrocki

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Location: basel, Switzerland
Registered: 19 Nov 2004
Re: oneshot panorama
Posted: 11 Dec 2004 at 16:09 GMT
christmas balls for australia. sea-or airway? anyway: fragile......
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