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Challenging room of mirrors

Hi there guys,

The Phoenix has been very busy and alas has had little time for forums as of late. however I hope to change this and thought I share some recent work taken.

This is an image of a room made of mirrors froma great Hotel in Berlin. If you follow this link to the TW forum you'll see the workflow and the 10 other images I also took. However those are not in full screen.... yet.

Anybody seen any useful Flash display software around??? The client is interested and whilst I've seen some i have yet to find something suitable.

Your comments are appreciatted.


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The link goes to a demo panorama page.  Tourweaver not there.

pano2QTVR now has a Flash pack

Here is 1 FLASH. swf I did few days ago as demo.  look at top for words Pano2QTVR FlashPack  and click FULL SCREEN text link

http://www.360texas.com/services/software/agnos/index.htm


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Thanks Dave, i've added the second link... however I've followed ur link and can't find "Pano2QTVR FlashPack".

Maybe I'm going blind


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direct link to page

http://www.360texas.com/services/software/agnos/images/hd.html


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Oh.. and to http://www.pano2qtvr.com

The FlashPack is really good for being only a ver 1.05.beta 2


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HHmm... I'm having a look at it now. Interesting thing is that they are able to do spherical panos. Didn't think that was possible. Cool... so what have your experiences been like?? And what about the Agnos pole??? whats that all about

 


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As of last Saturday 9 September the Flash pack beta 2 was released.  So I bought the upgrade.  It will convert any existing rectangular 2:1 (I think) panorama to flash format.

Oh the pole ?  Its like using a VERY high monopod.  Has its own spirit level. The base has a built in click stop. Comes with a suitable length remote shutter release (besure to specify your camera make and model number).  You can hear the shutter trip .. sound travels down the telescoping pole.

The No Parallax point no longer applies.. on a breezy day there can be as much as 30 cm (1 foot) displacement.  Stitching is a bit harder.. but it works.  Oh.. no zenith or nadir needed.

Thanks for asking


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thought there would be displacement issues... hhmm... however i still like the idea. u done much work with it? Much interest?

 


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