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Sunday, April 29th 2012, 12:40am

Does anyone have experience creating something similar? What do you think?

http://www.googleartproject.com/ru/colle…eau/museumview/
Maybe it's an old hat.
When you click active area the nearest pano is chosen, and all wrapped in true 3d.
Extracting textures and creating full 3d environment is the next step, I figure. I saw(and 'v tried) this kind of stuff back in 2008 using Autodesk Image Modeller.

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Wednesday, May 2nd 2012, 5:25pm

:-( those panos are really shitty...

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Saturday, May 5th 2012, 12:34pm

*g*

I'm talking about tour, not quality, it really sucks.

ps. d800+10.5 rocks ))



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Monday, May 7th 2012, 9:55am

thanx...
I do think that with a big coding effort, krpano can be pulled even further. You will need a lot of panos to do that.
all with D800+10.5, 3 shots! ;-P
I'm not sure, although that it is REALLY needed to communicate a space.

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Tuesday, May 8th 2012, 3:45am

If you look right under the google camera array, there seems to be a couple of LIDARs that could be used for 3D measurement ... Those are most likely used to produce a rough 3D model or point cloud that is coupled to the panorama. This is then used for calculating and drawing the circles and rectangles under the mouse that give a better sens of depth / 3D when navigating in the panorama.


I think that stuff is out of reach for most of us *sad* , it is quiet advanced engineering. Though if you're curious about the next step in this direction I suggest you take a look at the current LIDAR scanners there are quiet a few solutions out there, but I was most amazed by the Faro Focus 3d lately ... they say it's capable to produce a 360x180 textured scan of 976000 points, scanning up to 120m away with millimeter accuracy, all within a few minutes ... Then you don't stitch photos to make panoramas, you stitch 3D panoramas (point clouds) to end up with 3D models. *pinch*

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