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Sunday, March 20th 2016, 9:59pm

Opus Magnum 13 - Austria's Biggest Wall Drawing (250m wide, 5 gigapixels, 40 sub-panoramas)

This is my first really big panorama.
It's a bit special in certain aspects - have a look and see for yourself:
http://om13.suge.at

There's a lot to explore and discover in this panorama, just use your imagination!

Please feel free to comment and criticise (in a constructive manner).

This post has been edited 2 times, last edit by "suge" (Mar 30th 2016, 11:37pm)


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Monday, March 21st 2016, 11:22am

Nice one.
- Navigator would be nice there
- I would think of another design not using redundant same scene but onclick thumbs change view to position you want.

Fly is nice addon ;)

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Monday, March 21st 2016, 11:10pm

@Umalo:
Thanks for your feedback!

You are right, it's certainly possible to implement the navigation in another, maybe better, way.
For the time being my main goal was to create the panorama itself and make it usable as intuitively as possible,
especially for non-experienced users.

Maybe some of you have already guessed it:
OM13 is actually a huge panorama made out of 40 smaller ones (the tiles), each with sizes between 200 and 500 megapixels.
They all were manually aligned, scaled, blended, merged, warped and cropped to eventually result in a 5 gigapixel panorama.

During blending of two sub-panoramas I detected the "sunbathing fly" on one of the
overlapping pillars and decided to keep it for your amusement:-)

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Monday, March 21st 2016, 11:32pm

Addon:
- Clean traces from log
- Make QR code link to your page or other link.

Can't believe I missed that Wall when ever I was in Graz. Next time this is 1st topic on my list. Really huge and nice work guys.

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Tuesday, March 22nd 2016, 9:56pm

@Umalo:
The QR code link is a nice idea!

I will definitely integrate one into the wall as soon as there is something to link to.
Currently there's just one static page with the panorama and no other pages to link to.