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    Default 360-degree Pano

    My first go at an Interactive 360-Degree image. The pano is made up of 27-photos. I'm pretty pleased with the results and will put together more soon. You may need to have Quicktime Player loaded on your computer before it works. Not sure though. Just click on the link bellow and read the instructions.

    http://www.eddiefisherphoto.com/knik360pano.html

    Check it out and let me know what you think.

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    No doubt about it - that is very very kewl. I am not sure if it is saleable in any manner but it is extremely interesting to behold.

    Nice job - incredible patience !!

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    Default preetty impresive

    The technology just constantly never ceases to amaze me. 20 years ago, with 35 mm, you had light level problems trying to do the same thing .. Good Job
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    Quote Originally Posted by Majik Imaje View Post
    No doubt about it - that is very very kewl. I am not sure if it is saleable in any manner but it is extremely interesting to behold.

    Nice job - incredible patience !!
    Pretty rewarding effect and fun to share with the family and friends in the lower 48.

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    The technology just constantly never ceases to amaze me. 20 years ago, with 35 mm, you had light level problems trying to do the same thing .. Good Job
    I know what you mean ...the technology today is amazing in regards to what you can pull off especially with some simple free software. I think it turned out pretty well for my first attempt.

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    and what - pray tell is the name of this free software ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Majik Imaje View Post
    and what - pray tell is the name of this free software ??
    Read about it here ...

    http://www.bravenewtraveler.com/2006...w-to-make-one/

    Download ...

    http://www.photo-freeware.net/autostitch.php

    Download ...

    http://gardengnomesoftware.com/pano2vr.php

    Takes a little bit to figure it out, but not that hard at all.

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    Absolutely amazing. Pretty darn good for a first attempt. Thanks so much for sharing. Hope to see more of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matanuska View Post
    Absolutely amazing. Pretty darn good for a first attempt. Thanks so much for sharing. Hope to see more of this.
    Thanks! It's pretty easy to do and would like to see others try it out!

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    Very cool! Great job. I've been thinking about putting together a few 360 degree panoramics myself to send to family / friends "down south."

    And thanks for the link to the software. I haven't looked at that one before. Here is another software option: http://www.ptgui.com/ I haven't tried it personally, but I have browsed through their Gallery section and been very impressed with the 360 degree panos there (need Flash 9 installed to view).

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    Default like it .

    a 360 view,,
    I know how I would market something like this..
    ,, In a realestate sales.
    If you had a picture like this from property for sale,, it would be extremely valuable,,..
    Inside a home or building or outside, it would really be a powerful tool for those that could not come in person to view a property, and wanted to really scan and stop ..
    very nice.
    Max,,

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