bvogl

Hobbyist from Vienna, Austria who is interested in all sorts of imaging technology that will help to provide an immersive experience of interesting places all over the world.


Schoenbrunn, Wien (20100425-01)
Schoenbrunn, Wien (20100425-01)
nschuwi (Over 1 year ago)
sehr beeindruckend

carlos10203040 (Over 1 year ago)
otimo programa

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Stephansplatz, Wien
Stephansplatz, Wien
bvogl (Over 1 year ago)
Thanks for providing this feature :-) ICE says "Stitched 53 of 53 images". The source video is handheld - just like a beginner would try to it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDNJ5goUKSk

mattu (Over 1 year ago)
This turned out OK - if I do say so :) Was this handheld? How many frames did ICE say it used? Thanks for trying out the feature.

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Hallstatt from Krippenstein, Dachstein
Hallstatt from Krippenstein, Dachstein
pwallen1962 (Over 1 year ago)
P.S.: you have a Paragleiter #5, in the upper-left of the panarama. I thought it was 2 at first, but is only one that was in 2 separate shots, then stitched together.

pwallen1962 (Over 1 year ago)
All I can say is... Awesome! How many individual frames is this composed of, and did you do this manually, or have aid of some sort of automated tracking device? I can't imagine doing this manually without having a lot of holes, unless you overlap a lot, taking way more shots than necessary. I can keep track of one or two horizontal lines of pics without getting sloppy, but it looks like you were working on a 15x30 grid. That's impressive if done by hand. I'm going to try this myself. I just bought a Canon SX30IS and am interested in seeing how it does. I've used stitching software in the past, but this one is really impressive.

bvogl (Over 1 year ago)
Hello David, The 300mm lens is correct - with the 1.5 crop of the camera it is even 450mm in total.

David-Photosynth-Team (Over 1 year ago)
Fantastic. I'm guessing that you were using at least a 300mm lens for this. Is that correct?

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Ars electronica 2010 (20100906-05)
Ars electronica 2010 (20100906-05)
xRez_Studio (Over 1 year ago)
Nice to see the show through your eyes. :) We will be there next year!

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Dachstein - The 5 Fingers
Dachstein - The 5 Fingers
xRez_Studio (Over 1 year ago)
Looks good Bernard! congrats on the photosynth front page!

David-Photosynth-Team (Over 1 year ago)
Totally amazing!

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Altar of Hungarian Orthodox Church in Budapest
Altar of Hungarian Orthodox Church in Budapest
OrasulMemorabil (Over 1 year ago)
projecting as rectiliniar and using the real fov, as generated by ptgui, renders an usable image, with the corners of the image displayed at a steep angle. using the cilindrical projection gives curves the image. in your image of the altar I see a good perspective, the only thing I think of is using a very narrow angle for the rectiliniar projection for a simple, square image display.

bvogl (Over 1 year ago)
Photosynth needs a FOV to display the image correctly - a value of "0" is not accepted. If you don't know the exact (horizontal) FOV of your image, an approximate value should be sufficent (e.g. a 50mm lens has a FOV of ~38 degrees)

OrasulMemorabil (Over 1 year ago)
what type of projection and settings did you use? using photoshop export I was not able to obtain a simple rectiliniar projection. thank you, misu

bvogl (Over 1 year ago)
This would make the image definitely more useful. I'm currently trying to find someone who can read Greek and translate the plates for me!

David-Photosynth-Team (Over 1 year ago)
Recommend that you add some highlights to bring out the best in this fantastic capture.

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Otto Wagner Church 'St. Leopold', Vienna
Otto Wagner Church 'St. Leopold', Vienna
douglas (Over 1 year ago)
Very beautiful. Thanks for sharing. Mark.

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Vienna Overview from Jubilaeumswarte
Vienna Overview from Jubilaeumswarte
bvogl (Over 1 year ago)
Hallo Thomas, Gerade für hochauflösende und/oder partielle Panoramen - der Aufwand fürs Publizieren > 1 Gigapixel ist sonst nicht zu unterschätzen. Bin gerade dabei ein paar ältere "Grossbilder" endlich wieder in Angriff zu nehmen... ;-)

ThomasKrueger.eu (Over 1 year ago)
Hallo Bernhard, jetzt muss ich den M$-Kram auch mal ausprobieren, nachdem das Plugin für Photoshop veröffentlicht wurde. Schaut ja gar nicht so schlecht aus hier bei Photosynth! Gruß aus Genua, Thomas

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20081012-01
20081012-01
adam_mitchell55 (Over 1 year ago)
Beatiful panorama.

nielsvink (Over 1 year ago)
Nice panorama! Love to explore buildings around Vienna that I am going to see in a few weeks. Thank you!

David-Photosynth-Team (Over 1 year ago)
Glorious!

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20100404-01
20100404-01
David-Photosynth-Team (Over 1 year ago)
fantastic

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20090821-01
20090821-01
David-Photosynth-Team (Over 1 year ago)
Very nice!

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20090425-2
20090425-2
bvogl (Over 1 year ago)
bvogl (Over 1 year ago)
Sorry for the misleading information down the path of my posts: There are in summary 3 panoramas from this view: * Pano 1 and 2 are 10cm apart -> converted to a 3D stereo panorama: http://hdview.at/anaglyph/flakturm2-ana.html * Pano 1 and 3 use a ~5m stereo base -> used to create this synth You can best notice the wide stereo base in the Direct3D viewer when zooming out and switching through the images: You will notice how far the viewpoint changes between images from the left and right "eye" I'll upload the 10cm base images and a mesh of all 3 later this evenening to see how the synths differ...

K (Over 1 year ago)
This is really cool. This is the one with a 10cm stereo base right? I think Photosynth would prefer a wider base - if you hit P after the points are loaded the scene is very realistic. If you hit T to view from top down you can see that the depth information was limited by the relatively small stereo base.

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20100217-01
20100217-01
bvogl (Over 1 year ago)
The camera used was an unspectacular Canon Ixus 70 set to 640x480 and 15fps, the highest resolution the camera can do. I think it helps a lot to move slowly during taking the video - resulting in a high overlap between images (even tho' i shaked the camera a lot).

K (Over 1 year ago)
This is a great result, one of the best I've seen from video. What kind of video camera did you use?

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