[Autopano Review] Focus Numérique published a review about “How to choose your image stitching software?”


Tuesday, August 27th, 2013
Focus Numérique, French website dedicated to digital photography, has published a review about high resolution images. Thanks to several images stitched, you can get one image with hundreds of millions of pixels. Whether you are an amateur or professional photographer, there are nowadays a lot of tools which help you to get astonished panoramic images. So, how to choose your image stitching software?

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[Kolor 360° video solutions] Discover the gallery of new 360° videos


Monday, August 26th, 2013
Kolor has just updated its 360° video page with 4 extra videos. For each video you can know the 360° video recording gear, the video-stitching software and the 360° video player used. You are also able to download those videos and use them thanks to Kolor Eyes Desktop (free).

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Discover the winning panorama which will be printed as the Kolor Panobook 2013 cover


Tuesday, August 20th, 2013
Discover the panorama which has been selected as the Panobook 2013 cover

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Last days: vote for your favorite panorama to be printed as the Kolor Panobook 2013 cover


Friday, August 16th, 2013
We selected 5 panoramic images which both content and ratio could fit in the Panobook 2013 cover. Vote for your favorite one to give it a chance to be printed on the book cover! The vote takes place on the Panobook’s Facebook page.

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360° video tutorial: the workflow to create 360 videos in Kolor Autopano Video [by Freedom360]


Wednesday, August 14th, 2013
Joergen Geerds (Freedom360) has just released a tutorial about the workflow to create 360 videos. The tutorial is based on video streams recorded with the GoPro-based Freedom360 rig and on the new video-stitching software Kolor Autopano Video.

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360-degree video player: Kolor Eyes 1.2 for iPad (and now also for iPhone!) — free


Monday, August 12th, 2013
Kolor has just released version 1.2 of Kolor Eyes, the free 360-degree video player for iPad and now also for iPhone. It allows you to play and interact with your 360° videos directly on your device. Turn at 360 degrees, zoom in and out, look at what is taking place all around you, use the gyroscope to navigate within the video. Play the embedded demo videos or download your own 360° videos. All for free.

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[Panotour Pro 2.0] How to make a virtual tour at high ground speed over Switzerland?


Thursday, August 8th, 2013
The Los Angeles Times, largest metropolitan daily newspaper in the United States highlights the virtual tour made by the Swiss panoramic photographer Dominik Baumann published on Blick.ch and reveals how he realised this astonished virtual tour with Panotour Pro 2.0.

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[Panotour Pro 2.0] Case study #1: Promotion of tourism | Xavier Spertini photographer


Wednesday, August 7th, 2013
Kolor is pleased to offer you the first post blog (hopefully the first of a long series) entitled “Case Study”. For this first case study, Xavier Spertini professional photographer uses the virtual tour and Panotour Pro 2.0 for promoting interest of the region of the Haute-Maurienne (Savoie, France). Let us meet with this talented photographer and discover the Haute-Maurienne!

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[Video stitching software] A great example of 360° video thanks to Juha Kela and PowerPark (Finland)


Monday, August 5th, 2013
Kolor has launched last week the final release of video stitching software Autopano Video and Autopano Video Pro 1.0. These applications let you assemble several video streams to create stunning 360° videos. Here is a great example of 360° video made by Juha Kela at PowerPark (Finland).

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Tokyo 150 Gigapixels | 8,000 images stitched with Autopano Giga 3 | Autopano Giga 3を使用し、8000カットをスティッチング


Monday, August 5th, 2013
A newly published 360-degree gigapixel panorama of Tokyo is the largest ever photo created of Tokyo and the second largest photo in the world which is 600,000 pixels wide. Explore the city of Tokyo

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