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    I just learned how to do these and I love the effect This was my first attempt. It is a 3 exposure HDR...

    http://www.stumanvr.com/VRs/Planet/Planet.html

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    Did another last night

    http://www.stumanvr.com/VRs/MonarchP...onarch360.html

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      Great job you did, I enjoyed it so much.
      My blog : Aslan Resimler

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      • #4
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        Very impressing! I am beginner to pano and VR tour. Would you mind to share how did u do the animation, switching from stereographic projection to virtual tour?

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          Did you use krpano ?
          My blog : Aslan Resimler

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            two great examples - brilliant work.

            i am new to this - i have made a couple of 360's etc - i an experimanting with software - what do you recomend ?

            Christian

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              Re: little Planet Pano

              Originally posted by christtramp View Post
              two great examples - brilliant work.
              i am new to this - i have made a couple of 360's etc - i an experimanting with software - what do you recomend ?
              Christian
              Hi Christian,
              Welcome to the forum. I believe you'll find most folks using PTGui to stitch.
              See also: http://nodalninja.com/forum/index.php?topic=62.0
              Cheers
              Bill

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                Re: little Planet Pano

                What is the shortest focal length lens you can use to accomplish this? I own a Sigma 10-20, would that work?

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                  Re: little Planet Pano

                  Sure, you can use a Sigma 10-20mm.
                  I have had successful results with this lens, especially at the 10mm end of the zoom.
                  See my table on:
                  http://www.hugha.co.uk/NodalPoint/us...odal_point.htm
                  I used a friction panohead for the 9 directions in each plane, but 10 directions with a Nodal Ninja should also give a good answer.
                  I may get an opportunity to see over the weekend.

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                  • #10
                    Re: little Planet Pano

                    Originally posted by Stuman View Post
                    How did you do this, I looked at KPRpano but didnt make any sense

                    Erik

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                    • #11
                      Re: little Planet Pano

                      Hi Erik,

                      follow the hints at the bottom of this site.

                      http://www.krpano.com/forum/wbb/inde...&threadID=2041


                      Heinz

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