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Worlds largest spherical pano

by julian kalmar » Sun Aug 16, 2009 8:26 am

-1200 raw pics Canon 5D MK II FL 100mm -> 310 for full sphere

-exposure between 15 sec. and 1/2 sec

-focus stacking and 3 wb settings (3000k, 5500k, 9000k)

-NN5

-PTGui

-3 days pc running to calc the sphere

-cube size 32768x32768 (5,3 Gigapixel) btw: creating the cubeface have been one of the hardest challanges, because there are no programs on the market wich are able to convert PSB files to cubefaces

-8 hours photoshooting

-2 month to combine the different focusing layers ,editing the WB and exposure layers
http://photoartkalmar.com/Photoart%20Kalmar%20high%20res/Gigapixel/KHM.Wien.html

UPDATE: damit Ihr nicht immer suchen müsst, werde ich einige Antworten immer hier dazuschreiben:
Zitat:
Zitat von RatchetZwerg
Geil, saubere Arbeit, aber wiso so lange zum berechnen? Was für ein PC war im Einsatz? Würde mich mal interessieren

Gute Frage
Obwohl mein Tokio pano aus fast 600 Bildern gestitched ist hat der Computer nur 8 Stunden gerechnet.
Der Grund dafür ist aber eigentlich recht logisch:
Für ein spherisches Pano ist die Rechenzeit viel là¤nger, da die Bilder um den Zenith und Nadir bei dieser Grà¶àŸe natürlich extrem Rechenintensiv sind. (VergiàŸss nicht, ein einziges 21Megapixelbild muss auf die gesamte Là¤nge des entgültigen Panos gebogen werden und die ist überr 100.000 Pixel)

Mein PC hat 16GB Arbeitsspeicher und einen Dualcore 2,6 GHZ Prozessor.
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by fma38 » Sun Aug 16, 2009 8:53 am

GURL's dream has become true! This is really a great job, and a great pano. Congratulation, Julian.
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by GURL » Sun Aug 16, 2009 9:35 am

A 8 hours shooting session: the least I can say is you didn't wasted you time!

BTW, I suppose this was possible because a large part of the light don't come from the windows...


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by machart » Sun Aug 16, 2009 12:14 pm

absolutely great!
::: close to the rainbow :::
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by mgg310 » Sun Aug 16, 2009 1:30 pm

A marvellous achievement. Absolutely stunning.
In Vienna, and an Art museum of some kind, I can work that much out. What exactly is the building?

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by taf » Sun Aug 16, 2009 2:47 pm

amazing ! outstanding !
Look. There's a rhythmic ceremonial ritual coming up !

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by dp.math » Sun Aug 16, 2009 4:15 pm

Very great works.
Outstanding!

I'll save on delicious!

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by cheuft » Sun Aug 16, 2009 5:46 pm

Very impressive work.
And thanks for the details about the shooting.
Purely technical but very interesting.

You are a very patient guy ...:P
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by tived » Mon Aug 17, 2009 2:15 am

Julian,

Absolutely stunning work there, I take my hat off for you. You are certainly pushing both hardware and software to its limitations.

I do remember reading about this when you were about to start the project, but do you have the whole story line for this project, that in it self will be an interesting read, together with your image. Even if you share your workings, it will take someone a huge amount of trails and time and resources to repeat what you have done so well.

Thanks you so much for sharing this with us,

Henrik

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by Ludek007 » Tue Aug 18, 2009 8:00 am

Best OFF Julian, super...
5D mark II, Merlin, Nodal Ninja, special full vr 360°

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by Castillonis » Tue Aug 18, 2009 11:01 am

Julian, That is superb! Thank you for sharing this with us and some of the details of the shoot.

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by terryt » Tue Aug 18, 2009 4:15 pm

Just great! When taking in the view, I could almost hear my sneakers squeak on the marble floor from twirling around. :D


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