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  1. orbilia23

    orbilia23 (November 30, 2009, 01:25PM )

    Hi zmalol, You´re right! For large landscapes, there will be problems with that small 77mm base, but IMO the biggest problem is the conversion to anaglyphs from two stitched frames. Until today, no software except the Gigapan soft is powerfull enough for large panoramas. But the Gigapan stitcher is not at all adequate/precise enough to stitch 3D pics. Yes for SPM.. At the moment SPM handles no more than c. 20.000 x 2.500 pixel.. Maybe more with a 64 bit Windows..??

  2. Zbigniew

    Zbigniew (November 28, 2009, 12:29PM )

    Good to see a gigapans taken with this kind of '3D' camera. I hope you can get and post good panoramas, however I am a bit sceptic about use of 77mm base of the stereopair for landscape stereophotography. I think it may work efectively in range no larger than several meters. I have seen your indoor tests - they seem much more promising. The only problem in my opinion is zooming the giga-anaglyphs. Larger zoom more pain to adjust the eyes for stereovision of anaglyph with a fixed base. Perhaps there is a chance to involve "stereophotomaker" guy to deal with automatic anaglyph base aligment with zooming.