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606r

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Thursday, September 3rd 2015, 12:47pm

Interesting tour in 3D not krpano

I know google does something similar.
Low res but pretty nevertheless
http://tours.biganto.ru/tour/554b20b17f092/launch

Tuur

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Friday, September 4th 2015, 10:19am

Nice!

I would be pleased when we can have 'easy' mouse thing like that.. but i think we need 3D info for that.
And easy distance calculations etc..

Tuur *thumbsup*
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Friday, September 4th 2015, 12:06pm

This is very nice, maybe one day in krpano :)

606r

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Friday, September 4th 2015, 12:13pm

Actually I like transition, it looks awesome.

Have a look at 2009 Image Modeller vids:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jK_8XNhgJb8
and
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQuFy6qTjt4

I don't know what has happend with standalone Autodesk image Modeller.
I've played with Autodesk Stitcher and Modeller back in 2008. It was nice but very time consuming and didn't worth effort for stuff I did back then.
Performance and browser tech went much further now.

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Saturday, September 5th 2015, 10:24am

I remember seeing that very same tour years ago. I think it was when I was using the Flash Panorama Viewer and someone posted the link on the forum. Plus the White Rabbit name rang a bell.

You can see the the modeling taking over briefly during the transition from one spot to the next. I wonder how much they paid for that tour back then *blink*

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Saturday, September 5th 2015, 11:39am

Hi there!
I remember seeing that very same tour years ago

Actually I've posted tour in that restaurant back in 2011 White Rabbit restaurant tour (Moscow)
Link have changed to http://around.photo/white-rabbit-restaurant-in-russia-moscow

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Thursday, September 10th 2015, 8:45pm

It was put together using materport http://matterport.com

I don't think the camera quality is quite there yet. I don't think you can edit the images either. And it doesn't shoot a full 360x180

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Friday, December 11th 2015, 11:35am

Regarding rendering a matterport output in krpano, they say that their output can be exported as a mesh in obj format.
Once we have it in obj format, can we use krpano to render it? I had a look at the three.js krpano plugin, but could not figure out if that can be used.