1st 3 Creations

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Re: 1st 3 Creations

Post by Hopki » Sun Jul 15, 2018 10:02 pm

Nice,
The panos could do with some levelling which is really easy to do in Pano2VR.
Otherwise really good panos.
IMO using the default red hotspot does not look right as your using the Silhouette skin.
That said I guess the thing that sticks out is the white text box.
If you want to keep the default red dot, under the HTML5 output and HTML tab you can style the text box to match.
Or use one of the Silhouette Node Hotspot components as found in the components tool box.
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Re: 1st 3 Creations

Post by JMonaco » Mon Jul 16, 2018 6:29 pm

RE: Leveling

To the south, the horizon is over the flat terrain of a large valley. East and west are higher local foothills. North are taller mountains beyond the foothills. That is probably why leveling appears in need of correction. However, if I attempt leveling say with the south valley view, the horizon of the other three directional views become much more unlevel. Same applies if I use another direction as the horizon reference.

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Post by JMonaco » Wed Jul 18, 2018 12:28 am

Revised final demos with your recommendations on hotspot style (created red version of node & url svgs so they stand out better in the Garnet Creek multi-node pano), white text in black box, enabled hand cursor, and limited minimum zoom to 15°FoV. Thank you for being nit-picky as it has helped produced a more refined deliverable. Your critiques, guidance, and support are warmly appreciated. Thanks.
https://www.sierraproaerial.com/360_Aer ... net_Creek/
https://www.sierraproaerial.com/360_Aer ... arry_Park/
https://www.sierraproaerial.com/360_Aer ... rial_Land/

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Re: 1st 3 Creations

Post by Hopki » Wed Jul 18, 2018 11:35 am

Cool.
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Post by hromain » Thu Sep 20, 2018 5:29 am

Very cool! Do you mind telling me how you get these aerial 360 photos? I've been trying to get into drone photography but am not sure how to get high-resolution 360 images. Do you use a DSLR or a one-shot 360 camera?

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Post by 360Texas » Thu Sep 20, 2018 4:27 pm

Quick observation: MUST be with DSLR of some kind. They are clear, sharp and clean.
Great imaging.
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Re: 1st 3 Creations

Post by hromain » Thu Sep 20, 2018 6:45 pm

That's what I thought. Is it possible to attach a DSLR to a drone and then accurately rotate the drone to get the stabilized series of images necessary to create a 360? Or is there a motorized head you attach to a drone that rotates the camera only? How do you get a zenith shot if the camera is attached to the bottom of the drone? I've had a hard time finding a site with this information. Thanks!

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