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Gabor Imre Gabor Imre
Explore score
100
Size
0.06 Gigapixels
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2909
Date added
May 17, 2008
Date taken
May 16, 2008
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Olympus C-4000 camera; DIY no-...

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Stereographic projection of the previous ( gigapan.org/viewGigapan.php?id=5282 ) equirectangular image. The virtual camera does not point exactly to -90 deg pitch because the building would be more distorted due to the proximity. Instead the camera points to slightly left-upward from that direction. This reduces the distortion on the building and slightly (on the edge of noticability) increases the distortion of the "little planeth"


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  1. Gabor Imre

    Gabor Imre (January 10, 2010, 06:23AM )

    Hi! You can find an other projection at gigapan.org/viewGigapan.php?id=5282 . Do you mean that (full equiectangular) on spherical? Gabor

  2. Keith Rodgerson

    Keith Rodgerson (January 10, 2010, 12:16AM )

    Is the spherical version viewable anywher please? Keith

  3. Payam Rahmani

    Payam Rahmani (May 18, 2008, 08:29AM )

    Thank you for your full explanation. I will try this effect as soon as I can, it is nice. Payam

  4. Gabor Imre

    Gabor Imre (May 18, 2008, 04:09AM )

    Thanks! At first I completed the full 360 x 180 equirectangular panorama (see link in "about"). Hugin (hugin.sourceforge.net Will open in
a new tab or window) was used to the manual tasks and enblend (enblend.sourceforge.net Will open in
a new tab or window) was used to merge the final pano. For the next step I loaded the final pano into Hugin, set lens parameters for the 360 deg. HFOV equirectangular image; positioned the camera to point almost down, and used "stereographic" projection to render this picture.

  5. Payam Rahmani

    Payam Rahmani (May 17, 2008, 06:58PM )

    FANTASTIC, which software did you use to shape the pano like this?

The GigaPan EPIC Series, Purchase an GigaPan EPIC model and receive GigaPan Stitch complimentary

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