My 1st 3Dimensional Full 360 Panorama!

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by, Jan 8, 2007.

  1. Guest, Jan 8, 2007
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    Harry Limey Guest

    That is indeed cool! however I have two questions!!
    What programme did you use to compile the panorama and make the movie?
    Why do you have a carpet stuck to the ceiling!!! :eek:)
    Harry Limey, Jan 8, 2007
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    banjo Guest

    X-No-Archive: yes

    very nicely done :)

    I like the picture on the ceiling
    the acoustic sound proving , is it egg boxes?
    banjo, Jan 8, 2007
  4. Guest

    yes, they work great and were cheap as hell.

, Jan 8, 2007
  5. Guest

    ptgui, then pano2qtvr
    I did not take pics of the complete ceiling, so I filled it in with a
, Jan 8, 2007
  6. What do you need to view in 3D ... I see no depth in these images.
    Sir F. A. Rien, Jan 8, 2007
  7. Guest

    I guess 3d is stretching it, but it is reasonably close.
    But in answer to your question:

    BC BUD


, Jan 8, 2007

    KatWoman Guest

    that took 52 shots??
    seems like a fewer would work in such small area??
    why not just take a video cam shot and pan around?? or are these kind of
    images usually made from stills??

    nice effect though the virtual look around..would like that for my site
    when I think studio I always think photos (hehe) wasn't thinking music at
    all................our egg crates are Styrofoam
    all that cardboard, hope you got a dust buster vac...............
    and put your slippers away!!
    KatWoman, Jan 8, 2007
  9. Though fewer shots would 'cover the area', you'd run into lens distortion
    because of the wider angle used. A small space takes more shots as the
    recommended 50-60 mm setting intends less area captured.

    Case of quality vs 'speed'.
    Sir F. A. Rien, Jan 9, 2007
  10. Guest

    Better than those ugly fisheye ones imo.
    Tho I would only need to take 6 shots with a fisheye, would be a blessing.
    Think within the cube!
, Jan 9, 2007

    Art Guest

    What do you need to view in 3D ... I see no depth in these images.

    I don't think he meant they were 3D pictures; some folks call 'em that
    because it's a 360 degree image which can be panned in three dimensions,
    left/right, up/down, and zoom in/out. The image isn't 3D; your "motion"
    through it is.

    This particular one, however, does not allow zoom, as far as I can see, so
    it's actually 2D.

    Some of these don't allow up/down, either, so I guess they'd be 1D.
    Art, Jan 9, 2007
  12. d'OH ... that's why they're 'ugly' ... lens distortion!
    Sir F. A. Rien, Jan 9, 2007

    Ron Lacey Guest

    You need to drag it around with your mouse to get a 360X360 degree
    view of the room. It's more a complete panorama rather than 3D.

    Ron Lacey, Jan 9, 2007
  14. Guest

    it does allow zoom
    your browser is set to 1024 or lower. Mine is higher.
    It was exported at 1024, so you don't see the edge at your resolution.
, Jan 9, 2007
  15. Guest, Jan 10, 2007
  16. That what I see/do, so then it's NOT 3D !!!

    Kirk Splaat
    Sir F. A. Rien, Jan 10, 2007

    Ron Lacey Guest

    I guess nothing on a two dimensional screen is truly 3D but the
    ability to move the panorama through three demensions is as much faux
    3D as anything on a computer monitor. Btw your cap locks seems to be
    stuck on certain letters.
    Ron Lacey, Jan 10, 2007
  18. Guest

    up the meds

, Jan 10, 2007
  19. Don't GUESS !!!

    There -=are=- three dimensional processes available for computer monitors
    and are often used. Look up "anaglyph"

    No ... keys are clear - it's called "EMPHASIS for dummies".
    Sir F. A. Rien, Jan 10, 2007
  20. Guest

    no, its called tremendous self-importance, and its your prob, no one else's.
    but thanks for the point in the right direction.
    Egomaniacs never fail to impress, or at least they die trying to.
    Yes, I ended on a preposition.
    Sue me.
, Jan 10, 2007
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