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    panoramas

    Simple 8-shot rectilinear



    360 44-shot, 421 control points


    not perfect but it's 2:33am and I need bed



    if anyone is interested in the original file and a 360-viewer program, let me know. you will shit bricks



    edit: playing with mapping along a sphere and high FOV


    http://img294.imageshack.us/img294/1796/deckball.jpg
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    I always suck at panoramas. I can never get everything lined up no matter how hard I try. Those look great! I usually never go past 3 shots stitched together.

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    Whoa! last one is trippy. Trying to find out where you shot from. Shoot me the program maybe ill get into panoramas more.

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    The program is called Hugin, and it's free. Be prepared to spend some time banging your head though. The stitching is supposed to be automatic but it's never worked at all for me, I just have to do it by hand.

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    Its 10 images just short of 360 degrees


    click here for full size http://mi3si.org/alaska/040623/images/P6233091_pan.JPG

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    Quote Originally Posted by marshallh View Post
    The program is called Hugin, and it's free. Be prepared to spend some time banging your head though. The stitching is supposed to be automatic but it's never worked at all for me, I just have to do it by hand.
    That doesnt make me feel any better. Free hand stuff always sucks.

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    Its 10 images just short of 360 degrees


    click here for full size http://mi3si.org/alaska/040623/images/P6233091_pan.JPG
    Looks like you forgot the tops of the mountains. Also if that is 360* then that mountain range would have engulfed you. Did you mean 180*?

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    IIRC I would have needed 2-3 more shots to get to 360. It probably covers about a 300 degree arc. My wife was at about the 200 degree point.

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    this is the best Ive done in recent time, and you can still tell the cloth rafters up top arent even properly aligned.


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    What I've found is the wider angle lens you use, the easier it is.

    Load up the images in Hugin, go to Align and start adding control points between each image. I usually add points around 7-8 distinguising features across each pair (edge of a leaf, corner of a board, etc)

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    COool! Thanks for letting us know about this program

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