Artisan S. wrote:
Well - to be honest: we donÂ´t like maps, radar and firlefanz at all. And the real challenge is not stitching or editing xml . . . . itÂ´s the photography
Well, to be honest......you wouldn't have a clue how to start programming......so your lucky in that department, but believe me, clients like it.....they like it a lot.....because some want to transmit information in a tour.....not just pictures. Because pictures of building sites......even deep zoom pictures in the end, well are still boring pictures of building sites. But if you would offer them with content.....for instance add an image of the finnished building from Autocad in the picture and have a pano of the future....well, that can be done.....using a 3D suite like Blender and mimmicing the real life camera position with a virtual on.....then adding the cube faces to the Blender world....and shooting an new pano in Blender....now that is sellable stuff Klaus....that is the future of VR......not just pretty pictures. At least that is how I see it. And photographers well, they don't belong in that world at all......like dinosaurs.....in need of a comet.
Right - iÂ´m not a programmer but a photographer. Watch carefully!
:cool: : http://koebogen.info/impressionen/
But you need to find the clients first . . .
YouÂ´re wrong in a one point: photographers often become directors, DOP, ADs and supervisors for 3D projects - as well as making backplates and spheres for 3D, IBL and so on.
DonÂ´t know how much you are in mediaproduction on the level of advertising agencies!?
Blender definitely is ok - but we use Maya, Max, Rhino, Maxwell Renderer or Cinema4D and some others.