How do I create a 360 degree 'spherical' tour and use it on the web
i have a dslr with a couple of lens, one being a fisheye, i also have a tripod and a head.
i know the very basics of using autopano to stitch photos together to create great panoramas, now i want to move to the next stage and take a 360 degree image. With the tripod tripod i think i can take the still photos but what next?
do i need another piece of software and when i m done i would like a file that can be viewed on the web and on iphone and ipad and android etc etc. i believe that means i need html5.
Re: How do I create a 360 degree 'spherical' tour and use it on the web
When you say ''and a head"is that a panorama head? If so, which? Which fisheye do you use?
With the panorama head you can make a number of photos in all directions, f.e. 2 rows of 6 photos every 60 degrees. First row you make pointing 50 degrees upwards, second row you make pointing 10 degrees downwards.
Camera should sort of circle around a point of rotation called the nodal point.
Feed these photos to autopano and see what happens.
For making a tour for website you need panotour programm