My 1st 3Dimensional Full 360 Panorama!

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by www.seph.ca, Jan 8, 2007.

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    www.seph.ca, 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:)
     
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    banjo Guest

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    very nicely done :)

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

    yes, they work great and were cheap as hell.

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

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

    BC BUD

    :)

    ~S~
     
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    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
    too....
    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
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  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
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    www.seph.ca 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!
    :)
    ~S~
     
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    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
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  12. d'OH ... that's why they're 'ugly' ... lens distortion!
    SFAR
     
    Sir F. A. Rien, Jan 9, 2007
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    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
     
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    www.seph.ca 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.
    ~S~
     
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  16. That what I see/do, so then it's NOT 3D !!!

    Kirk Splaat
     
    Sir F. A. Rien, Jan 10, 2007
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    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
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    up the meds

     
    www.seph.ca, Jan 10, 2007
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  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
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    www.seph.ca 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.
    :p
    ~S~
     
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