I mean, is this like that commercial (hope you saw it) about a software guy sitting down at a table with his client. The client is looking at this fellow's laptop screen. Then the TV jumps to the laptop screen and we have an "avatar" (an animated character) representing the software guy walking around on his little island with a single palm tree. The software fellow extolls (on the atoll) the marvelous technology he can manipulate but when the client asks him if his avatar can make any money, the software fellow remarks, "real or virtual money". The response is REAL.
"No, my avatar hasn't figured out how to do that yet."
Well, my question again, most fundamentally as possible, "Has anybody here figured out how to apply Easypano exclusive of other photographic ventures to either real estate or tourism or both? Because I am suspicious that we are realtors here who use the product to assist our own listings, assisting ourselves to sell properties by providing an additional service. Or panography is one tiny piece in an array of photographic solutions for which we advertise.
If the latter is true, then I suspect the need to build a larger organization where I become a full service photography virtual studio. My Canon GL1 w/ cordless mikes would need to become more than a lightweight shallow hobby.
I have a Canon Rebel with a conventional zoom which will either need a wide angle or fisheye or both. I think I know what I need and how much to spend.
But you see, it was all the rage years ago to do digital video in weddings but developing a web site and advertise didn't make money there.
Fool me once.....