I'm looking for software libraries or downloadable software (preferably the former) that can take an input video, and output a panoramic image. For example, something that allows you to stand in one place, turn around taking a video, and then get a massive stitched jpeg. [more inside]
posted by handee
on Jul 25, 2011 -
I have seen stores that sell framed, high-res panoramic photos of iconic moments in major-league sports. Is there anything comparable for professional wrestling? [more inside]
posted by red clover
on Sep 6, 2010 -
So I've taken some 360 degree photos and I'd like to host them somewhere on the internet.
I've found a couple of places but I can't get them to work (they're a bit clunky): http://pan0.net/ & http://you3dview.com/
Have I missed something? I thought this would be quite popular and there would be a site like Flickr or Vimeo hosting them.
posted by fernbritton
on Jan 19, 2010 -
Where in Toronto can I read a book, maybe get a coffee, and enjoy a great view of the city? [more inside]
posted by ManInSuit
on Jan 2, 2010 -
I just bought a new Canon digital camera, an SX110IS, and have discovered that it doesn't have the stitch assist mode. I may yet return it, but I'm wondering what would I need to do to still do a decent panorama without the assist? Obviously I have to frame the photos for overlap, but the real benefit of stitch assist mode was the exposure control. What should I do, manually, to get good panoramas as a result? [more inside]
posted by intermod
on Nov 16, 2009 -
How to embed quicktime VR on web site without letting user download the VR and with letting a user go into full screen mode to see the embedded movie [more inside]
posted by fenwaydirtdog
on Mar 4, 2009 -
What is the most impressive flash-based panoramic image web script? And as a secondary question, anyone have an idea of the best photostitching software?
posted by wibbler
on Jun 15, 2006 -
Help me find a mirror ball to purchase. No, not *that* kind of mirror ball - the other kind... [more inside]
posted by unixrat
on May 7, 2006 -
I'm trying to create a panoramic landscape view from several photographs in Photoshop. How do I go about making the colors/tones of the sky & snow match from photo to photo?
posted by skwm
on Mar 10, 2005 -
I'd love to buy some
Andreas Gursky posters for my new apartment, but alas they don't sell them anywhere. Can anyone suggest or link me to other panorama-like posters that are funky and cool and can cover a large wall? Thanks!
posted by adrober
on Aug 22, 2004 -
My digital camera came with a program for stitching together multiple panning shots into one large panoramic picture. It's okay, but it leaves lots of artifacts, and occasionally drops sections (erroneously matching other areas together and effectively cutting out part of the pic). Is there a better program out there I can try? I don't think I'm willing to pay (not much anyway) for this. Windows preferred but OSX will work too. I have Photoshop, so plug-ins are cool too.
posted by scarabic
on Apr 15, 2004 -