Virtual tour of the university of Life Sciences

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Virtual tour of the university of Life Sciences

Post by lveerde » Tue Aug 07, 2018 9:30 pm

New tour, made with pano2vr is live. Estonian University Of Life Sciences.
http://procontent-tuurid.s3.amazonaws.c ... ur/en.html

Some highlights regarding the skin. Its quite simple, not very meny elements. But still takes long time to get everything right and (almost) pixel perfect.

New for this tour is the use of 360-degree video. There are three 360 videos in this tour. For example you can find one of them at the menu:
Institute and College of Technology > Laboratory of Electrical Engineering.

Also the main menu has a new structure in mobile view. You can view it also on desktop if you make the browser window smaller. The main advantage of this structure: it is very easy to add more menu elements. Also the main menu in desktop contains 3 layers so that i can add more University Units later easily.
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Re: Virtual tour of the university of Life Sciences

Post by rickboden » Mon Aug 20, 2018 4:30 pm

Just like your other work, really great job all around! I am guessing you used a single shot panoramic camera for this because of the people and video. If so I'm curious which model as I recently bought an inexpensive model (mi sphere) to get a taste. I like it but finding it quite a bit of work to get the quality I want and I'm thinking more lenses/sensors than two might be called for.


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Re: Virtual tour of the university of Life Sciences

Post by k.ary.n » Wed Aug 22, 2018 10:54 am

Excellent work! Thanks for sharing.

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Re: Virtual tour of the university of Life Sciences

Post by lveerde » Mon Sep 03, 2018 12:00 pm

rickboden wrote:
Mon Aug 20, 2018 4:30 pm
Just like your other work, really great job all around! I am guessing you used a single shot panoramic camera for this because of the people and video. If so I'm curious which model as I recently bought an inexpensive model (mi sphere) to get a taste. I like it but finding it quite a bit of work to get the quality I want and I'm thinking more lenses/sensors than two might be called for.
Hi, thank you for kind words. Yes, i primarly use Sony full-frame mirrorless cameras for ordinary panoramas. But any APS-C or Full Frame camera will give you similar results in controlled enviroments. The one-shot panorama cameras quality is not there yet and also (in shots where i am not in charge of the scene and must exclude people) i sometimes find it actually easier to photograph several directions and stitch them together later. I get more control over the scene this way.
Opening view is shot with DJI Inspire 1 and for the few 360 videos i used Insta360 Pro.

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Re: Virtual tour of the university of Life Sciences

Post by rickboden » Thu Sep 13, 2018 5:51 am

Thank you for the reply. It is great to hear that you used the standard camera for the still photos. I don't have experience with people in indoor settings and was wondering if you had used a one-shot for convenience. I do have an APS-C Sony with 8mm fisheye and have been happy with the results but recently got a 12mm Laowa Zero-D lens for my full frame Canon. I haven't had a chance to compare the two but I'm hopeful the Laowa lens might give me better architectural results.

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