Wednesday, April 21, 2010

360 degree panoramic stitching

360 degree photo stitching is a technique of photo editing that captures images with elongated fields of view also known as wide format. The term applies to a photograph that is cropped to a relatively wide aspect ratio. While there is no formal definition for the point at which wide angle leaves off and panoramic begins, a basic rule would be that wide angle refers to the type of lens used but does not necessarily constitute itself as a panorama.

Panorama tools are used for panorama creation. They provide a powerful framework for re-projecting and blending multiple source images into immersive panoramic of many types. An updated version of the Panorama Tools library serves as the underlying core engine for many software panorama GUI front-ends.

Panoramic photo stitching applications are a common inexpensive way of producing panoramic photos. There are large number of companies specialized in the panoramic virtual tour services jobs in image editing.

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