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thisiswhatisthis Nov 16, 2009 12:32 PM

Timelapse Virtual Tour
 
i am wondering if this is possible. imagine that you took hundreds of panoramic shots from a constant point during the day. is there a way to make it video-virtualtour or do have you ever seen any sample work made like this?

BinaryGraphite Nov 18, 2009 4:11 PM

I don't know if there is commercially available software like this. I've done time-lapse videos (some on my YouTube page), but an interactive video panorama is a bit far off (if I understand you correctly, you want the video to run as users "look" around to see different parts of it).

Although, here's a company that is doing something similar that you might find interesting, but unfortunately not quite what you're looking for, here's the article for it:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programme...ne/8345185.stm

Hopefully I'm wrong and someone knows about an interactive panorama VR type package out there.

thisiswhatisthis Nov 19, 2009 7:14 PM

yes!! thats it. brilliant idea!

http://www.yellowbirdsdonthavewingsb...ality.com/demo

and it also works as a very simple flash video player. awesome!

i will take my shots so maybe i can use it when yellowbird player is freely available :)

Quote:

Originally Posted by BinaryGraphite (Post 1020716)
I don't know if there is commercially available software like this. I've done time-lapse videos (some on my YouTube page), but an interactive video panorama is a bit far off (if I understand you correctly, you want the video to run as users "look" around to see different parts of it).

Although, here's a company that is doing something similar that you might find interesting, but unfortunately not quite what you're looking for, here's the article for it:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programme...ne/8345185.stm

Hopefully I'm wrong and someone knows about an interactive panorama VR type package out there.



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