panorama software,virtual tour software
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Don't land on 'ur camera!

Regards, Smooth


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Sven,
Have experimented with single fisheye images in the past but ran into viewer problems....had not seen Fisheyeplayer (thanks Holger and Smooth) which could have saved me hours, days, months!!! My solution then was to make a 2 scene sphere which for fun I've just repeated here using your image twice

http://www.quickview.com.au/pindaya/index.htm

You have to use a viewer that allows unrestricted movements (panoexpress here). Your image was simply remapped in photoshop using 'polar to rectangular'. Now I hope this link works for you Smooth after my sphere effort last time as it's my bed time.

Simon


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lolololol

there'e a bit expensive lad

http://www.facemakersincorporated.com/boots.html

 


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Nice job Simon,

and yes I can see it just fine!

Sort of looks like a mirror and the effect is quite good based on that image. Good to see Panorama Express getting a run also.

Regards, Smooth