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- Reprojected Panoramas
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This article presents new versions of some Pixel Bender and Mathmap scripts with which you can apply a Droste effect to images. The changes to the older versions of the scripts are, that you are now able to use the same parameters on both scripting engines.
This image shows a reprojected image of the Sesimbra Castle Church. The projection is transverse mercator.
This image shows a reprojected image of the Cine-Teatro São João in Palmela. The first projection was stereographic down, the second one droste.
This image shows a reprojected version of the Cine-Teatro São João panorama. The projection is "transverse mercator".
This panorama shows the interior of the church of Sesimbra castle. All the walls are covered with beautifully glazed tiles.
This panorama shows the Hotel São Filipe in Setúbal in the morning mist.
This panorma shows a panoramic photographer taking a panorama of Henry Stuart's printed version of his Royal Wedding Gigapixel Panorama.
This panorama shows the meeting venu of the Interational Panoramic Photography Festival in Palmela. It was taken with a pole in the center of the Cine-Teatro São João.
The talk showcased the benefits of reprojecting equirectangular panoramas for static presentations. We have presented “simple” reprojections and also two–step reprojections using a series of transformations. An overview was given about the different available tools to reproject panoramas. Numerous “real life” examples were shown, including the original equirectangular image and possible reprojections.
This panorama shows one of the tables at the gala dinner of the Interational Panoramic Photography Festival in Palmela.