Las Vegas Guardian Angel Cathedral and Encore Casino Panorama

Author Bio

Andy is Professor of Digital Urban Systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London.

6 Comments

  1. Thera - March 26, 2009

    I have a question: which software or plugin do you use for making the hyperbolic version ?

    I use the Flexify 2 plugin which works great except the center is quite deformed, so I have to modify by hand afterwards.

  2. Smithee - March 26, 2009

    Yep i used Flexify as well with the hyperbolic settings – the centre should be ok (?) Feel free to send me a sample and i can take a look…

    Andy

  3. Thera - March 28, 2009

    Maybe I’m using the wrong settings for Flexify, I use “Latitude -90, Longitude -180, Input Equirectangular, Output Stereographic”.

    Which gives for example this:
    http://www.wildpeaks.eu/files/pano_forest_planet.jpg

    From this source panorama:
    http://www.wildpeaks.eu/files/pano_forest.jpg

    It’s all fine except for the very center of the image.

  4. Thera - March 28, 2009

    (sorry for repost, I forgot Blogspot hates links in comments).

    Maybe I’m using the wrong settings for Flexify, I use “Latitude -90, Longitude -180, Input Equirectangular, Output Stereographic”.

    Which gives for example this:
    http : // http://www.wildpeaks.eu/files/pano_forest_planet.jpg

    From this source panorama:
    http : // http://www.wildpeaks.eu/files/pano_forest.jpg

    It’s all fine except for the very center of the image.

  5. Smithee - March 28, 2009

    The settings are fine – for a centre to work you need a full 360×180 panorama – your example clips off the bottom view a little, thus the lines in the flexify image.

    Hope that helps,

    Andy

  6. Thera - March 28, 2009

    I thought that I was missing something indeed, thanks.

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