[Papervision3D] Creating a 3D Panorama from Spherical Donut Shaped image
flashnine at gmail.com
Wed Nov 7 23:05:26 PST 2007
I can imagine you would need a dome or sphere mapped especially just
for that picture (or lense), so you would need to just wrap the UV map
around your picture correctly.
Can be tricky, but in this case, it doesn't look too hard because it's
not an irregular shape.
What kind of lense is that? I have had this idea too...but didn't know
it can be done with one lens. :)
On Nov 7, 2007 8:58 PM, Dustin Sparks <djsparks at bsu.edu> wrote:
> I have an image that was captured with a camera fitted with a lens
> specifically meant to create Panoramic videos.
> I have a pretty long video that I want to map to the inside of a sphere and
> create a panorama out of it. (similar to the Japanese Google Street-view app
> that someone sent a while back)
> Most of the tutorials i've seen require some sort of software meant to
> "flatten" the panorama.
> What I want to be able to do is feed the unmodified video to flash and have
> this mapped onto a sphere correctly (or at least close).
> I have Maya 8, 3D Studio Max 9, and Blender at my disposal. If someone could
> point me in the right direction at least, i'd really appreciate it.
> The image i need to map is here: http://djsparks.iweb.bsu.edu/letterman2.jpg
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