Hikers carried these 360 camera backpacks on trails, so we can all have a look from home.
Explore the Grand Canyon: http://goo.gl/463AG
Yesterday I found myself a great parking lot which was empty and I thought (why not a polar planet?).. I grabbed my Tripod, started making scenarios and shooting.
Total images for this project were: 33 images.
Stitched and merged together using: Photoshop CS6.
1- Stitch and merge your images using Photoshop CS6; (File > Automate > Photomerge..) and choose your images.
2- After the stitching and merging; here is the result I got:*Click on the image to enlarge
3- After cropping; Flip the image Vertically (Edit > Transform > Flip Vertical):
4- Now go to: (Filter > Distort > Polar Coordinates..)
5- After Cropping, and Rotating:
6- Final result (after adjusting the bottom of the image):
If you got any question, do not hesitate to ask me in Twitter or in the Comment section below :)
That’s so great! While I was surfing the net I found this video; awesome just awesome. Recording a video 360-Degree would be a Kick***.
MakingView, a company out of Norway, has created a camera called the ViewCam, an ultra lightweight camera that can be mounted almost anywhere and take full 360-degree video.
The ViewCam is remote-controlled, with a 2.4GHz processor, has 160 to 224GB of internal memory and takes 4K x 2K equirectangular video at 25 – 50 fps.
My last vacation was to spend 10 days in UK, 8 of them in Scotland.
I thought of starting a project that I shoot 360 view for things I loved in Scotland; to be honest I loved everything! Sadly, I didn’t make too many 3D’s.
Anyways, you can visit my profile on Photosynth to view all 360 views:
كانت رحلتي الأخيرة إلى سكوتلاندا – قررت أصوّر صور بانوراميّة (بزاوية 360 درجة) لأفضل المناظر التي شاهدتها، سواء كانت معمارية او طبيعية!
بملفي الشخصي في موقع Photosynth ستجدون الصور كاملة، للأسف لم ألتقط الكثير. لكن أتمنى أن تعجبكم :-)
It’s an ergonomic grip that makes your iPhone feel just like an SLR (only smaller). It adds a photo and video button right where you’re used to having a shutter button.
Download the Free Looker app, and start recording 360 degree vidoes. Going to Basketball game? Concert? Why not recording 360 degree vidoes, so much fun and you’ll get the all view!
Video on Youtube testing this accessory:
The Glif is an iPhone 4/4S accessory with two primary functions: mounting your iPhone onto a tripod and propping up your iPhone at various angles.
Shoot iPhone photos and video from 30 feet away.
Galileo is an iOS-controlled, robotic motion platform for iPhones and iPod Touches.
Take your iPhone along, wherever life may take you. The LifeProof iPhone case delivers the highest level of waterproof, shock-proof, dirt-proof protection in an increadibly low profile – a mere 1.5mm increase to each edge! Your LifeProof everyday case for iPhone 4 or 4S is sleek, refined, convenient and unobtrusive.
A three-in-one lens system that fits over the corner of your iPhone for easy access.
Turn your iPhone 4 into a DSLR using real SLR lenses.
Flashlight for iPhone that does not need batteries to operate (use power from iPhone/iPod).
These interesting photos go by various namings –polar panorama, panorama and polar, little planet,planet panoramas, 360 degree panorama, etc but they all mean the same thing. It is created with a panorama photo.
City of Vaxjo, Sweden
by Simon The Fox
The Planet of Detroit
The 99th Planet
Berlin Alex Polar Pano
Planet New York :: Central Park
by Sam Rohn
Planet Taj Mahal
Like a butterfly
Planet Saint Germain
by Seb Przd