With our recent panoramas from Google Earth a site caught our attention (thanks to Frank at the Google Earth Blog) that has used the same technique to capture panoramas from games.
Panogames.com features panoramas captured from a number of games and is well worth a browse, its so good we spent a good couple of hours on the site.
The concept is as usual simple, load up a game and capture a series of screen shots to stitch from. Our tutorial on Google Earth panoramas explains the technique which can be adapted to any number of games. Some games require modification to edit out the player, such as in Half Life, but others can be grabbed ‘out of the box’.
Our favourite at the moment are the panoramas of Second Life, genius…