Discussion in 'Beyond the Basics' started by Fiendish Astronaut, Jun 27, 2008.
How is this done:
Top one is the most common.
Hmm, in this case they must've used something like the example in the bottom link as the 360 still is all from one moment rather than a stitch of a number of photos taken successively.
Cheers for that.
More than likely it was the something like the top one. They are far more common. With a setup like that, with everything properly aligned stitching is not tough. I just can't see spending them money for that kind of setup that I would not use that often.
It also could have been done with a panoramic camera. They are quite expensive since they are specialized pieces of equipment.
If the subjects were still enough in this case it is not possible to determine. The resolution is way to low to identify stitching marks if hidden well enough.
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