Last year we went on holiday to Slovenia & Croatia (mentioned here in chronological order of visiting) and made a set of 360°x180° panorama photos. They are available as high dynamic range EXR files on Blender Cloud.
Most drones (UAVs) cannot look straight up to photograph the sky above them. As a result, spherical panoramas made with drones tend to have a gap in the sky. Some drones, like my DJI Mavic 2, can fill in this gap automatically while generating a preview.
UPDATE 2019: The panoramas are currently broken, I’ll get around to fix it some time in the future.
I just put two new 360/180 degree panoramas online, of places very well suited for an exquisite dinner.
/* *//* */ var pano = new pano2vrPlayer("pano_idm8900688"); var skin = new pano2vrSkin(pano, '/media/360/'); pano.readConfigUrl("/media/360/2011-08-06-st_bavo/360-kerk_fused_out.xml"); Fokker, when he was 21 years old, flew a plane over Haarlem, around the Sint Bavo church.
UPDATE 2019: I have to fix the panorama viewer.
/* *//* */ var pano = new pano2vrPlayer("pano_idm3962928"); var skin = new pano2vrSkin(pano, '/media/360/'); pano.readConfigUrl("/media/360/2011-08-06-spin/pano.xml"); Fokker, when he was 21 years old, flew one of these planes over Haarlem, around the Sint Bavo church.
UPDATE 2019: The photo on Flickr doesn’t seem to be recognised as panorama any more.
Fotofestival Naarden was really awesome. The photos by Stephan Vanfleteren were amazing. He’ll be an inspiration for my future portraits.
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This is the center part of my office building. I took some photos there today (84 in total), and stiched them together with Hugin.