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3D panoramas

by klausesser » Tue May 20, 2014 1:16 pm

Hi!

A technique which is around for years is ideal for achieving "real 3D" panoramas: shooting the sphere twice using a camera-shift.
Spheron does it for years with their system for 3D-measurement for architectural and forensics.

https://www.spheron.com/products/cgi-co ... agery.html (3D-measurement)

Works well! The only issue is presenting it in stereo to a crowd of people simultanuoulsly . . :cool:

Klaus

Basicly it doesn´t matter whether the lenses are stacked vertically or horizontally for achieving a stereo imaging.
Essentially is thze correct distance of the lenses/cameras.
For achieving this correct distance we "just" need to shift the assenbly on the center-column of the tripod a precisely
amount of centimeters simulating the eye-distance.

Of course this only works shooting non-moving objects . . . =D :cool:

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Re: 3D panoramas

by AlexandreJ » Tue May 20, 2014 4:36 pm

Just watch Alain Hamblenne IVRPA presentation about shooting 3D panoramas. He is the master in this art.

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Re: 3D panoramas

by klausesser » Tue May 20, 2014 6:03 pm

AlexandreJ wrote:Just watch Alain Hamblenne IVRPA presentation about shooting 3D panoramas. He is the master in this art.



Ah - Thanks! I will!

best, Klaus

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Re: 3D panoramas

by HansKeesom » Wed May 21, 2014 5:20 pm

klausesser wrote:Hi!

A technique which is around for years is ideal for achieving "real 3D" panoramas: shooting the sphere twice using a camera-shift.
Spheron does it for years with their system for 3D-measurement for architectural and forensics.

https://www.spheron.com/products/cgi-co ... agery.html (3D-measurement)

Works well! The only issue is presenting it in stereo to a crowd of people simultanuoulsly . . :cool:

Klaus

Basicly it doesn´t matter whether the lenses are stacked vertically or horizontally for achieving a stereo imaging.
Essentially is thze correct distance of the lenses/cameras.
For achieving this correct distance we "just" need to shift the assenbly on the center-column of the tripod a precisely
amount of centimeters simulating the eye-distance.

Of course this only works shooting non-moving objects . . . =D :cool:


Cool but 360 * ???? degrees?

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Re: 3D panoramas

by klausesser » Wed May 21, 2014 5:49 pm

HansKeesom wrote:
klausesser wrote:Hi!

A technique which is around for years is ideal for achieving "real 3D" panoramas: shooting the sphere twice using a camera-shift.
Spheron does it for years with their system for 3D-measurement for architectural and forensics.

https://www.spheron.com/products/cgi-co ... agery.html (3D-measurement)

Works well! The only issue is presenting it in stereo to a crowd of people simultanuoulsly . . :cool:

Klaus

Basicly it doesn´t matter whether the lenses are stacked vertically or horizontally for achieving a stereo imaging.
Essentially is thze correct distance of the lenses/cameras.
For achieving this correct distance we "just" need to shift the assenbly on the center-column of the tripod a precisely
amount of centimeters simulating the eye-distance.

Of course this only works shooting non-moving objects . . . =D :cool:


Cool but 360 * ???? degrees?


360x180 of course! ;) :cool: ( as it is actually).

Klaus


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