Interview : Frank BZH360 make us discover Larmor (France) with Panotour Pro.


Thursday, October 27th, 2011
Interview : Frank BZH360 make us discover Larmor (France) with Autopano Pro Photographer specialized in panoramas and virtual tours, he is working with web designers by providing them content destined to the web. He is using APG and PTP for his stitchings and virtual tours.
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Interview : From Paris to Atlanta, passing by Madrid, panoramas on the theme of the cities with Autopano by Joel Juge


Monday, October 17th, 2011
Interview : From Paris to Atlanta, passing by Madrid, panoramas on the theme of the cities with Autopano by Joël Juge Joël Juge is currently exhibiting ‘Cities…In panoramic’ in Vichy, France. This mathematics teacher is passionate by panoramic photography and he shares with us his universe and his love for the cities. He uses Autpano for his stitchings and transforms few ones into ‘little planets’.

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Red Bull Freestyle Motocross 2011: a giga panorama with Panogear head + Autopano Giga, by Radosław Piotrowski & Piotr Galas


Friday, September 2nd, 2011
Red Bull Freestyle Motocross 2011: a giga panorama with Panogear head + Autopano Giga, by Radosław Piotrowski & Piotr Galas The Red Bull X-Fighters Freestyle Motocross event took place in August in Poznan, Poland: a nice playground for the Panogear motorized head to show what it is up to. As an expert of the panoramic format, Polish photographer Radosław Piotrowski and his colleague Piotr Galas created a 360° gigapixel panorama of the stadium using the Panogear head and image-stitching software Autopano Giga.
Visit the website showing this big picture and read our interview to find out more about the Red Bull project and the other great projects of the team.

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Interview: original image stitchings with Autopano by Ryszard Horowitz


Wednesday, August 24th, 2011
Interview: original image stitchings with Autopano by Ryszard Horowitz Ryszard Horowitz is a famous photographer born in Poland back in 1939 and living in New York. He is known as a pioneer in special effects photography, which he practised before digital photography even existed. He came into panoramic photography very recently and he likes to use the stitching techniques as a tool to introduce special effects in his photos. He has just published a book showing very original stitched photographs of the city of Poznan, Poland. We asked him a few questions about his carreer and this particular project.

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Interview: Henry Stuart, photographer of the Royal Wedding Gigapixel Panorama (Kate & William giga photo), stitched with Autopano Giga


Wednesday, July 27th, 2011
Henry Stuart, photographer of the Royal Wedding Gigapixel Panorama (Kate & William giga photo), stitched with Autopano Giga Henry Stuart is the director of Spherical Images, a London-based company specializing in the creation of high-quality virtual tours. Very recently he released several amazing 360° tours, including St Paul’s Cathedral 15.5 gigapixel virtual tour. In April 2011 he was the photographer of the Royal Wedding gigapixel panorama, ordered by the BBC. The photo shows Prince William and Kate Middleton on the procession route, surrounded by a crowd of thousands of people. Henry Stuart used Kolor Autopano Giga image-stitching software to assemble the 189 images of this panorama.

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A 360° virtual tour in 3D using Autopano Giga and Panotour Pro, by Alain Hamblenne


Thursday, January 6th, 2011
Alain Hamblenne, an independent graphic designer and teacher of visual communication and panoramic photography at the École Supérieure d’Infographie (Haute École Albert Jacquard) of Namur (Belgium), has just created a stunning 360° virtual tour in 3D and in high definition of the Liège-Guillemins train station (red/blue filter glasses needed).

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In Action: Autopano Pro on an ION netbook


Wednesday, June 9th, 2010
Kolor is working with nVidia to improve its graphics card support on the Autopano software.

Autopano even supports netbook graphics cards such as nVidia Ion cards. This video shows that the panorama editor of Autopano Pro performs its calculations based on the graphics card power, exploiting all the possibilities of graphic acceleration even on a netbook.

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Interview of ‘Chartres en Lumières’ event photographer


Monday, February 25th, 2008

François Delauney is a French photographer based in Chartres, not far from the famous cathedral. He deals with several photography fields: architecture, industry, decors, and studio shots. He is the author of the photos published in the book ‘Chartres en Lumières 2007’, shot during the annual colored floodlight of the city monuments, last September. For [...]

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