is this possible with pano2vr

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PNarkis
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Wed Sep 06, 2017 3:00 pm

Hi,

i would like to know whether the following would be possible with pano2vr :
i'm joining as a mere example a setting that's similar to my needs : the interior of a church with the choir.

i could obviously just stitch a panorama standing in the middle, but i would like to be able to have the virtual tour navigate also through the choir itself.
Is such a thing possible with pano2vr and if so, how could it be achieved ?

Thanks
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Wed Sep 06, 2017 4:03 pm

Excellent single image. Great tone, white balance, color and exposure.

If you mean ... a tour say `1 mid center... 1 left choir, 1 right choir. Certainly its possible to hotspot link the image set to a navigable tour.

What imaging type / lens are your talking about ? Would you be using a fisheye lens ? How many images per 1 panorama ?
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PNarkis
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Wed Sep 06, 2017 4:28 pm

Hi, thanks for the reply,

actually i wondered whether it'd be possible to avoid "jumping around" from one hotspot to another, but to actually navigate from the left choir, to the nave and than to the right choir, as if one was walking. Can this be done?

For a start, i was thinking of just using my plain 'old' iPhone...
So, no fisheye lens...

How much images do you thinks would be needed in order to achieve a satisfying result?
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Wed Sep 06, 2017 4:48 pm

If you have not already done so.. you might read this about pano2vr 4 and the newer Pro version 5

https://ggnome.com/wiki/Simple_Panorama_Slideshow
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Wed Sep 06, 2017 10:42 pm

This seems like a perfect situation for a 360 video pano. The camera path of travel being from Left choir, to nave, to Right choir. Allowing the user to pause anywhere along that path of travel, look around, and continue.
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