3d panorama of Borodino battle

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Vvl
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Joined: Mon Dec 02, 2013 9:03 pm

Mon Dec 30, 2013 10:56 am

Hello to all!

Year ago we made a 3d panorama to the 200th anniversary of Borodino battle (1812, French army, commanded by Napoleon vs. Russian army by the command of Kutuzov). We went to the museum and made a round set of 40 photos. After that we drew a ground with sky and added some sounds.
Final result you can watch here: http://borodino3d.vivalavideo.ru. (It was working perfectly all the year, but last time we made some updates, hope everything still works fine).

About us: we are a small studio in Saint-Petersburg called VivaLaVideo:(http://www.vivalavideo.ru). We earn our living by creating interior videos, 3d panoramas and virtual tours for real estate objects and restaurants.

In 2014 we are going to embody one smart idea with 3d pano, so we'll keep you informed)

Thanks for such incredible tool - Pano2VR. It makes the impossible Possible.
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BParker
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Wed Jan 01, 2014 8:12 am

Very nicely done! I viewed it with Internet Explorer on Windows and it looked great. I wonder if you could share the dimensions of the original exhibit? Is it a circular arrangement of paintings that blend into the foreground models, with the visitors walking through the center?

Thanks,
Ben
Vvl
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Joined: Mon Dec 02, 2013 9:03 pm

Sun Jan 05, 2014 11:54 am

Thank you for your response!
Yes, it's a circular arrangement of paintings with the visitors walking through the center, but we drew a ground and a sky to create illusion of being immediately in the battle. Original dimensions of the panorama canvas are quite large: width - 115 meters; height - 15 meters.
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