The main purpose of this blog is to share photographs taken during the Soulclipse festival in Antalya (Turkey) at the end March 2006, which coincided with a fabulous total solar eclipse. Please add comments - I'd love to hear from you!

Monday, April 03, 2006

Panoramic view: The Main Stage and Chai tent

The above won't look like much, but when you view it in a 360º rendering package, it gives you a good 360º view of the area around the main stage.

I have turned it into a hi-res 30 megabyte MOV file which you can scroll through by dragging left and right. If you want to view it, you should copy it down to your hard disk (right-click and save-as: don't forget, it's 30 meg!) and then you can view it at your will.

Only attempt downloading it if you have a fast connection, natch!

Here's the download link:


Anonymous Richard said...

very nice, how did you do this panoramas?

11:04 AM

Blogger Tristán White said...

There's a setting on my digital camera (an inexpensive Coolpix L3 by Nikon) for Panoramas. You take a photo, it then leaves a ghost image of the right-hand side of the photo you have just taken, and then you turn and line up the ghost image with the left-hand side of what you are seeing in the LCD screen. Then I use some software called ArcSoft Panorama Maker 3 (which came with the camera) to join it all up together. It then renders it into a 360º MOV quicktime file.

1:26 PM


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