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.

Read the interview…

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New lesson: stitching hundreds of images shot with a motorized head & Papywizard (gigapixel stitching)


Friday, July 8th, 2011
New lesson: stitching hundreds of images shot with a motorized head & Papywizard (gigapixel stitching) This new tutorial lets you understand and use the Papywizard import module of Autopano Pro and Autopano Giga image-stitching software.

The aim is to assemble images that were shot following a defined path. When Autopano understands how you shot your photos, it can stitch them more precisely and force the position of some images (blue sky photos for instance).

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Access the tutorial: Using Papywizard module

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


Tuesday, August 24th, 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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