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Wydawca:
Springer-Verlag

ISBN:
9783642622328

558,56 PLN
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Opis produktu

''Explores the range of techniques for the production of digital interactive panoramas and object movies'/''''br'Details of all the necessary steps involved in panoramic photography'/''''br'Professional tips and tricks from a professional photographer and web de''Panoramas have a captivating effect whether integrated in a personal homepage or professionally used in architecture in museums or in company or product presentations. Written in a comprehensive yet easytounderstand format this book details all of the necessary steps involved in panoramic photography: from the production of digital and analog picture sequences stitching using software tools (like REALVIZ Stitcher VR Worx and PanoTools) all the way to publishing interactive panoramas on the Web (e.g. using QuickTime VR PTViewer VRML and iPIX). The book introduces the production of cylindrical and spherical panoramas as well as object movies and explains how to link individual panoramas to virtual tours. Regardless if you use a panoramic camera a fisheye lens or the single row or multirow technique: this book offers practical tips and tricks for every alternative. Tables with detailed comparisons of the individual techniques help decide on the appropriate method for specific g1. Introduction. 1.1 The fascination of panoramic art. 1.2 Panoramas on the Internet. 1.3 Panoramic forms Projection. 1.3.1 Cylindrical projection. 1.3.2 Spherical projection. 1.3.3 Cubic projection. 2. Fundamentals. 2.1 Production of interactive panoramas. 2.1.1 Taking pictures with a panoramic camera. 2.1.2 Taking individual pictures. 2.1.3 Correcting image distortion. 2.1.4 Stitching individual pictures. 2.1.5 Retouching the panoramic picture. 2.1.6 Publication of the panorama. 2.2 Term definitions. 2.2.1 Lenses. 2.2.1.1 Rectilinear lenses. 2.2.1.2 Fisheye lenses. 2.2.2 Focal length and field of view. 2.2.3 Image distortion oflenses. 2.2.3.1 Linear distortion. 2.2.3.2 Perspective distortion. 2.2.3.3 Vignetting. 2.2.3.4 Chromatic aberration. 2.2.4 Determining the required number of pictures. 2.2.5 Determining the nodal point. 3. Photo technology and techniques. 3.1 Differences between analog and digital. 3.1.1 Analog technology. 3.1.2 Digital technology. 3.2 Analog photography. 3.2.1 Film material. 3.2.2 Scanners. 3.2.2.1 How scanners work. 3.2.2.2 Scanning resolution. 3.2.2.3 Types of scanners. 3.2.2.4 Scanner software. 3.2.3 Picture CDs. 3.3 Digital photography. 3.4 Tips for taking panoramic pictures. 3.4.1 General tips. 3.4.2 Tips for taking pictures with digital cameras. 3.4.3 Tips for taking pictures with analog cameras. 4. Special correction methods. 4.l Correcting image distortion. 4.1.1 Correcting optical distortion. 4.1.2 Correcting perspective distortion. 4.l.3 Correcting vignetting. 4.l.4 Correcting chromatic aberration. 4.2 High dynamic range. 5. Equipment. 5.1 Cameras and lenses. 5.1.1 Compact cameras. 5.l.2 Single lens reflex cameras. 5.1.3 Video cameras. 5.1.4 Panoramic cameras. 5.1.5 One shot sol

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