Example of spherical
panorama made using a standard camera and PanoSplatter.
(Use the mouse and its buttons - Java Applet)
PanoSplatter is an experimental spherical panorama building tool. It is designed to allow the creation of spherical panoramas without the need of expensive devices like fisheye lenses or equivalent systems. Instead, you can use any digital camera to take several photos of a scene, and then sticth them together in a realtime manner.
Here are the features of the tool:
input : BMP or JPEG images
output : BMP or JPEG cubic panorama
Realtime stitching : What You See Is What You Get. Place all your photos in a 3D environment.
Barrel distortion correction
Alignement bars tools
Export to standalone EXE player
Export to Web page (Java Applet included)
You can freely download this tool from here. The tool is freeware, but if you use it please tell me ! I'd love to see your panoramas !