I had an assignment the other day to take a tour of the cramped facilities of the State Historical Society on the campus of the University of Missouri. I always enjoy behind the scenes looks like this and I thought I would try doing a couple of panoramas. This is my favorite which shows the storage area for the art museum. The room also doubles as a workshop.
Follow the Read More to see the finished product. You will also find another link to the full screen version if you like looking at them that way.
I worked another QTVR panorama today. I had a different assignment at the Columbia Art League. So I did a panoramic of their gallery. This one was difficult on many levels.The first was the mixed lighting conditions. The second was some issues I was having on creating the right width and height so the software would stitch the images together correctly. I wonder if all of this is always hit and miss.
Here’s a quick test for some software that generates code for a full screen QTVR. Pretty easy to use. If I want to use it I need to figure out how much 25 € is in US dollars.
Note to self – full screen panos really show off my mistakes. Yikes.