3 tips to optimize your use of Autopano 3


Thursday, February 28th, 2013
Are you a user of Autopano version 3? Make sur you have installed the latest version of Autopano, then follow these 3 tips to take full advantage of the software application and enhance even more your usage experience.

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Image-stitching software update: Autopano Pro / Autopano Giga 3.0.4


Thursday, February 28th, 2013
The Kolor team has just released an update for Autopano Pro and Autopano Giga panorama software. This update is free for all users of version 3 and does not require a new registration key.

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[Autopano review] RĂ©ponses Photo, French magazine underlines the release of Autopano 3


Thursday, February 28th, 2013
The famous French magazine RĂ©ponses Photo, in its February 2013 issue, underlines the launch of Autopano 3.

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Prepare your panoramas! The Kolor Panobook 2013 contest opens this Friday


Tuesday, February 26th, 2013
Are you ready to join the biggest international contest of panoramic photography leading to the publication of a book? This unique project is renewed every year by Kolor. It is a great opportunity for amateur and professional photographers to be recognized and published into a quality hardcover book.
The entry period of the Kolor Panobook 2013 contest begins this Friday and will last the whole month of March. So prepare your images and join the contest! Participation is free.

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Gigapan Epic Pro (robotic camera mount) & Kolor Autopano Giga (image stitching software), gathered for a beautiful gigapixel fine art reproduction of Jesus!


Friday, February 22nd, 2013
3 billion pixels, 12 hours shooting & 6 months work, here are the figures for this fantastic gigapixel fine art reproduction of Jesus in Krakow-Lagiewniki (Poland), painted by Adolf Hyła in 1934.

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Kolor technology strikes again & breaks the world record! Discover the 320-gigapixel panorama of London shot by Jeffrey Martin (BT Tower, 360cities)


Thursday, February 21st, 2013
An amazing image of London taken from the top of the BT Tower has set a new record for the world’s largest panoramic photo. The image shows a full 360 degree view of London in incredible detail.

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Video stitching: Kolor solutions in backstage of the Beck 360 video


Wednesday, February 20th, 2013
Beck recently performed David Bowie’s “Sound and Vision” song on a circular stage surrounded by over 170 musicians: this was a perfect occasion to create a 360-degree video experience. Kolor video-stitching solutions (currently in development) have been used to assemble the video streams together resulting in 3 single 360×180° videos.

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Kolor Panobook 2013 Jury announced: Thomas Bredenfeld, Nicolas MĂ©riau and Henry Stuart


Tuesday, February 19th, 2013
The team of Kolor is honored to welcome Thomas Bredenfeld, Nicolas MĂ©riau and Henry Stuart as the jury members of the Kolor Panobook 2013 panoramic photography contest. Many thanks to them for having accepted to join the project. Discover the 3 jury membres in this article.

Prepare your panoramic photos! The entry period is March!

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[Autopano review] “The panorama is in top form”, according to WorkFlow magazine


Tuesday, February 19th, 2013
The French magazine WorkFlow, in its January 2013 issue, underlines the launch of Autopano 3 (image stitching software) & its new features: “Panoramic photographers have now a dedicated software, a reference in panoramic photography, Autopano, which has reached version 3″.

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Lyon 77 Gigapixels: France’s largest photo is now available online!


Tuesday, February 12th, 2013
The largest photograph in France has just been released online and anyone can zoom in, zoom out and pan over the image. This 77-gigapixel panorama of the city of Lyon is made up from nearly 4,000 individual photos stitched together with the help of Autopano Giga software from Kolor.

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