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PostPosted: Mon Sep 13, 2010 5:18 pm 
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Hi,

In one week, we'll be at the Photokina.
For this event, we'll present Autopano Pro/Giga v2.5 and Panotour v1.5 in beta 1 stage ( yes, the public beta 1 will come quite soon ).

On the booth, there will be some presentation of both products.
At the end of Panotour presentation, we would like to show real cases live on the internet.
That's the aim of that topic : we would like to collect in this thread the visits that you are allowing us to present on the booth.
( You keep the credits of course because it will be a live URL on your website ).

Anyone that is interested into allowing us to present some virtual visits, please answer to this thread with :
- the direct URL to allowed visits to present ( please, don't post too many visit per user, just 1 or 2 max )

Thanks

Alexandre


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AlexandreJ wrote:
Hi,

In one week, we'll be at the Photokina.
For this event, we'll present Autopano Pro/Giga v2.5 and Panotour v1.5 in beta 1 stage ( yes, the public beta 1 will come quite soon ).
Alexandre

Were you aware that the name Panotour is already associated with a panoramic software script?:
http://www.cgtechniques.com/goodies/panotour/

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Yes, we are aware of that.


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 13, 2010 8:34 pm 
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Alexandre,

You can use my caving tour...
http://www.jphd360.net/visites/LesOublis/LesOublis.html

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 14, 2010 12:13 am 
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Here you are some APP exemples:

http://www.annecypanoramique.com/krpano_vv/20100911_vv_dAnnecy_web/vv_dAnnecy.html

http://www.annecypanoramique.com/krpano_vv/vv_Gorges_web/vv_Gorges_Fier.html

http://www.annecypanoramique.com/krpano_vv/20100505_vv_ITV_web/k20100429_03/20100429_03.html

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This is a hard situation. I shot at 3 camera location in triangular form around 15 meters apart, on top of 2 tower building, to capture a 360 virtual view. If it is only in 1 camera location then it is not a problem. The day view was processed in V2.0.9 while the night view was processed by APG 2.5.0 Alpha 1 so blending is quite noticeable but the stitch is acceptable. The tour was processed in APT1.1 b10, with little xml/html modification.

http://manpro360.com/documents/SLVV/slvv.html

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bonjour Alexandre,

je te propose la visite de l'Abbaye de Beauport :
http://www.panoramiques-photo.fr/beauport/beauport.html
ainsi que celle du fort de Hackenberg
http://www.panoramiques-photo.fr/veckring1/veckring.html

Amicalement

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 14, 2010 11:27 am 
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AlexandreJ wrote:
Anyone that is interested into allowing us to present some virtual visits, please answer to this thread with :
- the direct URL to allowed visits to present ( please, don't post too many visit per user, just 1 or 2 max )

if you like:

www.360impressions.de/OrangeCinema/ZuerichBar.html
www.360impressions.de/OrangeCinema/Basel.html

best, Klaus

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Alexandre,

Quelques visites sont disponibles ici : http://pano.thibaut-loubere.com/

Thibaut.


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moin!

just my 5 cent:
http://www.panographie.net/panorama/touren/tour_hafen_oldersum/
http://www.airpics.org/panorama/tour_windrad/
http://www.panographie.net/panorama/touren/tour_tacheles/index2.html
http://www.panographie.net/panorama/touren/tour_schwarzenberg/

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Edit: Oops, thanks for the hint, mediavets.

reading AND understanding is the word of the day...

Links removed :-)


Last edited by PanoFrank on Tue Sep 14, 2010 9:36 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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PanoFrank wrote:

I think they're looking for tours created with Autopano Tour (in future aka Panotour).

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We are looking for Tour created with Autopano Tour / Panotour. There can be part of KRPano xml edition too.


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AlexandreJ wrote:
We are looking for Tour created with Autopano Tour / Panotour. There can be part of KRPano xml edition too.

bonjour Alexandre,
Tu as celle de Beauport
http://www.panoramiques-photo.fr/beauport/beauport.html
ou celle de Carcassonne :
http://www.panoramiques-photo.fr/carcassonne/carcassonne.html
Amicalement

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Un petit exemple avec géolocalisation des panoramas dans Google Map t'intéresse Alexandre ?

Le site des sources de la Seine, et le village de Saint Germain Source Seine (avec visite de l'église en prime) est visible ici :

http://www.alpes-gigapixels.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=59&Itemid=62

Cordialement,


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AlexandreJ wrote:
We are looking for Tour created with Autopano Tour / Panotour. There can be part of KRPano xml edition too.

http://www.360impressions.de/TourCan.html
http://www.360impressions.de/TourMW.html

best, Klaus

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Sorry for OT but i have been at PK yesternday and searched desperatly for your Company, where can you be found?


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Looking at the Photokina website, Kolor are in Hall 04.1, stand F030 F038

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UK Pano wrote:
Looking at the Photokina website, Kolor are in Hall 04.1, stand F030 F038

Yep booth with a big poster and panorama on it, same booth as Nodal Ninja and Gyroptic :D

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Maybe i missed that, Hall 4 was after 6h of intensive photokina walkaround, mmh on the weekend :)


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Hi.

Welcome with http://www.gyrouest.com/bzh360/un-coin-chez-soi.html or http://www.gyrouest.com/bzh360/mini-lorient.html

Full multimedia + vidéo made with APT

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Thanks everyone for providing your links! Our visitors at Photokina were impressed by the quality of the tours generated using APT / Panotour.
Keep up the good work ;)

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Keep up the good work ;)

Same on your side with new beta of APG 2.5 that is really nice :D and same for PTP :)

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bzh360 wrote:

That´s a very funny device i mean - tell us when you´ve finished it!

best and good luck, Klaus

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