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    360 degree view picture, you understand what I mean?? I need to be able to have a 360degree picture on my computer that you can "look" around.. I need to be able to put it ona web site too... does anyone know what format it would have to be in, what program I have to use, and if it would also be possible to map teh image to have links on it.. any help would be great, thanx...
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    Do you mean that you want to take a bunch of pictures, stick them together to form 1 picture as a 360 degree image? or do you want something like you're moving around in a room?

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    • #3
      VRML

      I think he wants something like VRML (Virtual Reality Markup Language), where you actually control the perspective you are viewing at.
      Take a look at.
      http://www.scope.gmd.de/info/www6/tutorial/index.html
      http://www.utoronto.ca/atrc/rd/vrml/links.html
      You might want to look at Realview3D Home Edition as it should do what you are wanting.

      But giving you current web design skills you may want to think twice about doing it!
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      • #4
        I believe QuickTime also has a VR format, but I don't know anything about it.
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        • #5
          Yeah, thanks for you help.. I will look into it.. Does anyone know how to do it using quick time??? thats the one I would prefer to use, but if no-one knows anything.. I will try the others first,... thanx..
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          • #6
            also try

            http://ipix.com.au/

            the webdesign company I currently work for have dealt with these ppl in the past....

            a word of warning, without a propper tripod/camera setup it is VERY hard to get such an image looking good.....
            Project - GAME OVER :(

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            • #7
              Thanx for teh warning and another link.. what do you mean by a "proper" tripod/camera setup???
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              • #8
                QTVR

                Just check out http://www.apple.com/quicktime/qtvr/
                Also there are amazing things called search engines that let you search for information across the entire internet!! Try my favorite Google!
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                • #9
                  Yeah, yeah, yeah, I tried searching with google too, but wasn't too sure what to search for.. well, thanx for the help.. I think I have everything I need now.. feel free to post anything else though.. thanx
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                  • #10
                    My digital camera came with one software package to let you do that. I used it once and it worked ok. I have since rebuilt my PC so I don't have it installed anymore, but I will try and look for the name of the software. When I used it, I didn't bother setting my camera on a tripod or anything, I just took several shots while holding the camera and turning in a circle.
                    The software seemed pretty good about stitching all the pics together though. I also seem to remember that you have to install a plugin to share the pics so that someone could move the view inside the pic.
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                    • #11
                      Yeah, Kewl, sounds good.
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                      • #12
                        Found it

                        The software was made by a company called Ulead, and the product was called "Cool 360"
                        here is the website Address.
                        There is a 15 day free trial download of the software at this address. There are also some sample pics on their site.
                        Like I said before, there is a plugin that people have to install, if you want them to be able to view your 360 degree pics from the web. You can also package your pics in an "exe" that allows you to send someone the pic so they can view it.
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                        • #13
                          Okay, kewl, thanx again...
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                          • #14
                            WOW!!! thanx alot... this program is kewl...
                            I went and stood in the street, took some pict while while turning around (no tripod or nothing) and the final this it excelent... Only prob was that the sun was setting, and I ended up with 2 or 3 pics facing into the sun that weren't too good.. but appart from that, ITS KEWL!!!
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                            • #15
                              im downloading this now, is it easy to use? id love to see some peoples setups in a 360 degree format, anyone up for it?

                              ill try to do it with mine, but ill need to get hold of a camera, and then ill put 360 degree pics of the kardas-mobile up.

                              kardas
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