January 25, 2006

Panoramas in motion

If you’re interested in panoramic photography (see previous entries), check out World in Motion VR. The site features a technique I hadn’t seen before: QuickTime VR panoramas where the camera is moving, recording the scene over time. Here’s one of many examples (make sure to let it load a bit, and remember that you can click and drag as the video plays). It’s a trippy effect–”Double hand touch for drama!” The site also features more traditional but no less cool still panoramas (like this one from a glacier). Lastly, DIY gearheads may be interested in how to make a video panorama system on the cheap. [Via]

Posted by John Nack at 6:48 PM on January 25, 2006

Comments

  • Adrian Ingram — 10:53 PM on February 05, 2006

    The world in motion stuff is pretty cool. There was an article on VRmag.org recently about how they do it with a 360 camera lens.

  • Alex — 4:32 PM on February 13, 2006

    hi adrian,
    do you remember which article and issue was the motion panorama technique in VRmag?
    thanks

  • Adrian Ingram — 8:36 AM on March 29, 2006

    Issue 23
    http://vrm.vrway.com/issue23/

  • Jacob — 3:20 PM on August 01, 2006

    Have you seen? :
    http://www.motionvrtours.com/clients/version2/index.html

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