www.panopixel.org My 'business' website (well its more 'official' than a personal website, but I don't like to think of it as a business website). All panoramas created using APP. Apart for APP and pano2vr, all programs used were free and/or opensource, including the operating system.
One image in particular shows the incredible ability of APP to put complex photos together. In this underwater photo I was surrounded on all sides by a huge ball of fish and they were all moving around me in all directions. No two consecutive images had the same fish and I was amazed that APP put them together without cutting most of the fish into bits and pieces. Look at the maze of coral branches that APP managed to stitch without a problem!
They are mostly from Cambridge, UK since that is where i am at the moment, but there are a few others from other places.
They range from about 20MP for a small night stitch to a 3.5GP that i just uploaded. But there are quite a few into the 100's of MP, and all the panoramas are viewed with zoomify to make sure you can see it all (you really want to ask your browser to open a 3,5GP image on its own?). About 26 pictures in total at the moment, but its a fairly new site and ive only really recently gotten particularly into this sorta thing, so i'll probably try and go back to re-take the smaller ones to higher resolution where possible, hopeffuly with many more past the gigapixel mark, but i fear i will be limited by my allocated webspace. But if i get enough views from pimping the site here and elsewhere i guess ill just have to buy some more to kep you comming
I would like to add my latest project - Panogio.com - to this list.
Panogio is yet another panorama community :-) trying to be different by striving to keep it simple. It should be a place where you can share your images with just a few mouse clicks without knowing everything there is to know about the inner works of panorama stitching. But still be useful if you happens to be a pro.
Since this is the Autopano forum perhaps someone who is reading this have a nice tutorial on how to use Autopano that I could use on Panogio? Right now the list of tutorials is about a half tutorial long... Or perhaps you would like to contribute to the description of Autopano Pro?