Topic: A Photosynth 1 walk-pano censtellation dismantled to Photosynth 2

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Joscelin.Trouwborst (Over 1 year ago)

You had a request about me having walks to connect the panos here
I had not, but...

Last week I happened to come across an even older Photosynth experiment of mine, of the time I had no Photosynth inspired camera with GPS yet.

The intention was to shoot a look around walk of the small lane as an impression to the environment of the house for sale. After creating the synth, I have deleted it almost immediately again, as manually navigating it was a no go to me. Only now, having recreated it as an example, I realise that the best way to view such a synth is by slide show mode, while its creator has set the option for filename order, which represents shooting order.
Joscelin.Trouwborst (Over 1 year ago)
I have used the past four days to dismantle the Photosynth 1 in separated panos and walks, adding geo co-ordinates and creating Photosynths 2 as good as I could. 

With the insight I have got today, I would have shot 360 panos.

Following are the links to the Photosynth 2 spin, walks and panos in walking order.
Joscelin.Trouwborst (Over 1 year ago)
And an integrated walk north to south, including the pano pics in the path
Joscelin.Trouwborst (Over 1 year ago)
The question arises if Walks should be required, depending on distance or not, to connect other Photosynth types in the same environment. I think not. 

I think the requirement should be that there is a real life walking connection.
NateLawrence (Over 1 year ago)
=) That last comment... I agree with the first part, but not the second, I think.

That is to say that if multiple synths are very near to each other I don't think that it should be strictly necessary to shoot a walk between them to link them and navigate between them.

On the other hand, I don't so much care if I'm able to walk between two synths in real life - all I care about is if I can see the same thing in both or the system knows that they are right next to each other in real life, even if there's a tall wall between them.