Warsaw 360° & 6 Gigapixels, created with Panogear head and Autopano Giga


Tuesday 24 August 2010

Warsaw 360° is a 6-gigapixel panorama that reveals many interesting details of the beautiful Polish Capital.

This new project, conducted by Polish photography experts Piotr Furman and Radek Piotrowski, was made possible with the help of a Kolor Panogear motorized head and Autopano Giga image-stitching software.

It is the most complex photographic project of this kind from Poland, shot from a height of 170 meters ; the panoramic head was mounted on a giant mast. More than 600 photos were taken and assembled by Kolor Autopano Giga software, on a 6-core computer with 8 GB RAM

The photos composing the panorama were shot with the help of a Kolor Panogear motorized head, supporting the camera and a 200mm lenses.

Discover Warsaw 360°.


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5 Responses to “Warsaw 360° & 6 Gigapixels, created with Panogear head and Autopano Giga”

  1. Alessandro Says:

    nice .)


  2. olivewhite Says:

    Fantastic realisation! Really fluid, plenty of details, hard to make, congratulations!


  3. Guy Says:

    So where can we buy this Panogear?


  4. Dougle Says:

    He did not claim that the MAST was 17 metres. It was shot at 170 metres high, which I assume is the height of the building he was on!


  5. mediavets Says:

    I think the mast is perhaps 17metres high and not 170 metres?

    Andrew


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