The Panobook 2011 is now available! Discover the 156 most beautiful panoramic photos of the year.


Thursday, June 30th, 2011
Panobook 2011 - The 156 most beautiful panoramic photos of the year The Panobook 2011 is finally available! From this year’s contest emerged 156 fabulous panoramas selected from more than a thousand images by a jury of professional photographers known for their attachment to the panoramic format (Jean-Francois O’Kane, Matthias Taugwalder, Harald Woeste).

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Panotour / Panotour Pro 1.6 RC1


Friday, June 24th, 2011
Kolor released a first Release Candidate (RC1) version of Panotour and Panotour Pro 1.6, for testing purposes.
This version brings some bug fixes and improves some features (read the change log below). It also includes 7 languages.

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New lesson: understanding and using the new Anti-Ghost in Autopano


Friday, June 24th, 2011
Didacticiel Autopano This new tutorial lets you understand and use the new Anti-Ghost feature introduced in image-stitching software Autopano Pro and Autopano Giga 2.5 that replaced the old Smartblend algorithm of the previous versions.

Tutorial: Using the Anti-Ghost of Autopano Pro and Autopano Giga 2.5+

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Palmela 2011 best picks: how to stitch aerial photos with Autopano Giga


Friday, June 10th, 2011
On the booth of Kolor at Palmela 2011 festival, the conference attendees could see how to stitch images that were not shot from a single point of view. This is possible using the new Multiple Viewpoints feature of Kolor Autopano Giga software. On the contrary of the standard image-stitching techniques which require the photos to be shot from a single viewpoint to respect the lens’ nodal point, this new technique allows the nodal point to be different from an image to another. This is particularly useful for aerial imagery and any kind of parallel shooting.

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Panobook 2011: first copy received!


Friday, June 10th, 2011
We received this week a hand-bound copy of the Panobook 2011. Here are the first images of the book! At Kolor we were very happy with the paper quality, the layout and the color rendering. The panoramas look just great! We should receive the books within 2 weeks.

Special thanks to our publisher dPunkt and the printer Himmer AG (both German). (…)

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Palmela 2011 best picks: watch 4 amazing 360° videos with Kolor Eyes


Thursday, June 9th, 2011
Kolor Eyes 360 video player Watch 4 new amazing 360° videos!

Palmela 2011 panoramic photo festival saw Alexandre Jenny, CEO of Kolor, present the latest developments from the team. Kolor Eyes was among the innovations presented: this video player can play 360° videos, enabling the viewer to interact with it, change the projection, turn in every direction… Here are 4 new 360° videos. Many thanks to photographers Jeffrey Martin, Rodolphe Furykiewicz, Ryan Whitehead and DJ Vegh to share their videos.

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Live from Palmela 2011: Creating virtual tours today and tomorrow (mixed VRs with photos and videos), by Alexandre JENNY


Thursday, June 2nd, 2011
Mixed virtual tour: photos + video Palmela 2011 panoramic photography festival is taking place this week. Today, Alexandre JENNY, CEO of Kolor, held a conference about the creation of virtual tours and presented what could be the virtual tour of the future: a mix of photos and videos in a 360° view.

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Panotour / Panotour Pro 1.6 beta 3


Wednesday, June 1st, 2011
Kolor released a third beta version of Panotour and Panotour Pro 1.6, for testing purposes.
This version brings some bug fixes and improves some features (read the change log below).

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