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  • "YASUSHI KUMON" started this thread

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Friday, November 7th 2014, 4:14pm

3.2 gigapixel , Panoramas of room.

By the focus stack, I was able to panfocus shooting indoors.

http://chiiden.com/panorama/gigapixel/1106dowjow/

Umalo

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Monday, November 10th 2014, 1:07pm

Nice work.
Now we know your user name on your I7 based Fujitsu laptop *thumbsup*
I wouldn't use navigator there as this is not flat image. I propose you to make navigator responsive to screen size. I have my own navigator where I have this done so just a idea what can be improved.
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Saturday, November 15th 2014, 8:43pm

RE: 3.2 gigapixel , Panoramas of room.

So nice work, i really like equicrectangular plugin rightbottom of the page
By the focus stack, I was able to panfocus shooting indoors.

http://chiiden.com/panorama/gigapixel/1106dowjow/

  • "YASUSHI KUMON" started this thread

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Monday, November 17th 2014, 2:21pm

navi plugin

Hi,

Thank you look.


I am making a plug-in versatile navigator. Please wait a little.

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Monday, November 17th 2014, 5:27pm

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i really like equicrectangular plugin rightbottom of the page
Yes it is really great this plugin .... ;-)

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Friday, November 21st 2014, 4:13am

I want fix the problem of navigator.

I want fix the problem of navigator.

new →http://chiiden.com/panorama/gigapixel/11…w/new_navi.html
old→http://chiiden.com/panorama/gigapixel/1106dowjow/














When you move the view up and down, I was improved the width of the frame .
But it is not perfect.

I think it to be too difficult to me・・・。

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Friday, November 21st 2014, 9:47am

If you need help please contact me via mail or pm. I have my own navigator:

Link to navigator by Umalo - Demo



Easy configurable via xml settings:

Source code

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<navigator_settings	keep="true"
navigator_align="topright"
navigator_edge="topright"
navigator_x_from_edge="5"
navigator_y_from_edge="5"
navigator_portrait_width_percentage="0.5"
navigator_landscape_height_percentage="0.5" 
navigator_border_size_in_px="20" 
navigator_border_color="0xFF9900" 
navigator_border_alpha="0.3" 
navigator_runner_border_color="0xffffff" 
navigator_runner_border_width="2" 
navigator_preview_url="navigator/louvre_navigator_preview.jpg"
/>


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Umalo

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Friday, November 21st 2014, 9:59am

Nice navigator Umalo, I like the 2 preview images, so you highlight the shown area...

But I think that the problem that Yasushi is experimenting, is about translating the shown area into an equirectangular projection... so when he is looking at the top of the pano, he should be drawing a more complex polygon instead of a simple rectangle in order to really mark the area... but I think this would be quite far away from the actual codes shown here.
everpano.com step beyond 360

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Friday, November 21st 2014, 11:20am

problem is・・・。

Hi Umalo & jordi

Thank you for your comment.


It is as jordi has pointed out.

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he should be drawing a more complex polygon instead of a simple rectangle in order to really mark the area...
To me, it seems there is no ability to solve this problem.

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Monday, November 24th 2014, 11:23am

Great work. My phone could even read the QR-code from your pinboard :)

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Sunday, December 21st 2014, 4:42pm

krpano.droplet—navi360

I think trying to sell a droplet of 'krpano.droplet—navi360'.


It is by no means a perfect finish.

However, it will be sufficient enough to practical use.

Please more information, see here.

http://chiiden.com/krpano-droplet-navi360/

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Saturday, March 21st 2015, 6:16pm

"Navi360" Spherical-frame screen

I have buy this plugin, this is a small spherical-frame image window that in a 360° panorama shows the location indicated by a target.
The target is displayed in a (spherical-frame) navigation-screen.
Depending on the coordinates of the (spherical-frame) navigation-screen, the position of the target moved.
By moving the target, the 360° panorama will move at the same time both.
Zoom in zoom out the target will be smaller and larger.
The (Spherical-frame) navigation-screen, is scaled according to the display size.

The current 360 degrees panorama shows a section of the spherical-frame navigation screen.
The (spherical-frame) navigation screen can determine where the location is on the spherical 360x180.
An educational tool to understand how exactly a flat picture (spherical-frame) behaves in front of a 360 degree projection. *thumbsup*
See Earth (Globe) versus Spherical 360x180 http://bit.ly/1EzzcrF and Inside Earth (Globe) versus Spherical 360x180 http://bit.ly/1bkRci6 .

I have made a special button for the navi360 navigation screen.
In the menu is the navi360 button for show the spherical-frame navigation screen.
In the navigation screen top left is the cross button to click and close the navigation screen.
See A Vr tour - with six panorama's - with plugin navi360 http://bit.ly/1HgP1tk

YASUSHI created an interesting plugin navi360 for krpano users. *thumbsup*


Kind Regards,
Wilsan

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "wilsan" (Apr 5th 2015, 11:43am)