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360 Panoramas

Discussion in 'Landscapes' started by FundyBrian, 27 May 2016.

  1. FundyBrian

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    A collection of my 360 panoramas, mostly shot with the DMD Panorama app and some with the DMD Galileo app using the Motrr Galileo robotic head for iPhone.

    Sunrise at Guamá, Cuba.
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    This is the flat panorama. For the interactive 360 panorama in-the-round use this link:
    http://pnr.ma/coSMmJ
    Guamá features several small islands linked by footbridges and boardwalks. Access is by boat only.
     
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    Sunrise at Río Negro, Cuba.
    Another place we stayed during our trip to Cuba with Cuba Kayak Adventures.
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    This is the flat version of the 360 panorama.
    For the interactive 360 panorama in-the-round visit this link: http://pnr.ma/blYhGq
    We stayed at some places only accessible by boat.
     
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    A small island in the Las Salinas Salt Flats, Zapata Swamp National Park, Cuba. A stop on our first day kayak trip with Cuba Kayak Adventures. After about 2 hours paddling.
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    This is the flat version. For the interactive 360 panorama use this link:
    http://pnr.ma/bOHQgh
    Most of the water visible in this view is less than a meter deep.
    This was a hand held panorama and you can see a glitch in the level of the horizon where I stumbled a bit in the sand.
    A tip on viewing the interactive panoramas. Using the links you get to the DMD Panorama site where the panoramas are saved online. They require a special playback software which is why a link is required. There are 2 ways to view them. One way is to swipe at the image to drag it through the 360 degrees. The way that is more fun is to use the compass view which makes use of the built-in compass/gyro in your mobile device. If you are sitting in an office swivel chair slowly turn right around in a circle in your chair as you view the panorama. Your view should be synchronized with the compass orientation when the image was shot. Otherwise, stand up and turn yourself and your device in a circle while viewing the screen. If the image doesn't move by itself tap the compass icon on screen.
     
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    FundyBrian MobiStaff Site Staff MobiSupporter

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    TownsEnd Studio & Gallery. Opening day of the 2016 Fundy Studio Tour season.
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    This is the flat version of the 360 panorama, which I consider to be a preview. For the real interactive 360 in-the-round view visit:http://pnr.ma/aQdHGk
    This 360 was shot using the DMD Galileo app on my iPhone 6 and the Motrr Galileo robotic head, and tripod. The app shoots 18 overlapping photos in a circle and stitches them together to make the seamless 360 panorama image. It works essentially the same as the manual version, DMD panorama, except the iPhone camera rotation and shooting is automated.
     
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    360 panorama at Two Rivers, New Horton, New Brunswick, Canada. Bay of Fundy low tide. Shot yesterday.
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    The flat preview of the panorama. For the interactive 360 panorama use this link: http://pnr.ma/bKerjE
    To understand the scale of this image notice the two people standing on the beach at the area of the panorama where the background trees are tallest. They are on the sand just below the rocky bank.
    This is another hand held panorama but pretty even, especially considering I'm standing on a rounded rock while turning around.
    This area between high and low tide is called the intertidal zone. Considering that the vertical height of the tide in this part of the Bay of Fundy is about 12.5 metres, the intertidal zone can be quite vast, sometimes more than 1 km from high to low tide.
     
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    Love these panos especially the ones from Cuba!
     
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    The interactive ones are so bizarre and cool!! I don't know how the heck they do it, but it's amazeballs!!! :notworthy:
     
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    This is another place we stayed in Cuba for one night.
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    This is the flat preview of the panorama.
    For the interactive 360 in-the-round version use this link: http://pnr.ma/cdItak
    This place is Restaurant Río Negro in Cuba. You can only get there by boat and it has no road access even for the staff. The restaurant is run by Hotel Hanabanilla, about 14km farther along the lake, but naturally it has road access.
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    This is where we left most of our gear and departed in our kayaks with only a light overnight bag. I say "bag" but we were in fact using waterproof kayaking dry bags to store our gear to keep it dry. The restaurant is not actually equipped for overnight accommodations so we were glamping, by special arrangement. There are several thatched roof shelters so we each picked a spot that looked good to bed down for the night. Some foam mattresses and blankets had been specially brought in for us, but no pillows.
    We had 2/3 staff people at our disposal: a cook, a bar tender, and another guy who was perhaps the caretaker whose primary job seemed to be turning on the generator for a while when it got dark. There was no electricity there for the kitchen. They used gas I think. The electricity was mainly used for staff to clean up after the meal if it was getting dark, but they left the lights on a little longer than usual for our benefit. Lights out at 10pm.
    The biggest shelter is the restaurant seating area. There is a bar and a bandstand and a few small roofed areas that could be bar seating.
    Fabi & I stayed under the bandstand roof.
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    This is looking into the area from stage right.
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    This is where we slept. Unfortunately I didn't photograph our bedding when it was set up since it was dark. We never saw a single biting insect while we were there. We saw butterflies, etc., during the day.
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    The restaurant at breakfast. The guy with the toque is our Canadian guide, who was wearing it just to show he was prepared for anything. The next day we paddled onwards to another amazing place and the last night we stayed at Hotel Hanabanilla.
     
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    What a really great adventure!!
     
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    Herring Cove beach 360.
    Fundy National Park, New Brunswick, Canada, Bay of Fundy, a little less that high tide.
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    This is the flat preview.
    To see the interactive 360 panorama use this link: http://pnr.ma/cFXBeg
     
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    Waterside Beach sunset/full moonrise.
    Waterside, New Brunswick, Canada. Bay of Fundy low tide.
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    This is the flat preview.
    To view the interactive 360 panorama use this link: http://pnr.ma/aGzxzc
    iPhone 6, Motrr Galileo robotic head, 18 shots made & stitched with DMD Galileo app.
     
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    You are absolutely right. It was excellent.
     
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    June 9.
    I was visiting The Kayak Exchange - the place I go to for all my kayaking needs in Moncton, New Brunswick. This is one of the back rooms where most of the kayaks are stored. The other back room has more of the fibreglass sea kayaks.
    Here is a flat preview:
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    Use this link to see the interactive 360 panorama in-the-round.
    http://pnr.ma/bYTAWv
    Shot hand held with the DMD Panorama app. iPhone 6.
     
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    Love the pano's - thanks for posting the links, too.
     
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    This 360 was made at the Brent Mason Band concert last night.
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    This is the small flat preview version.
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    Use the above link to see the interactive 360 panorama in-the-round. Get out your swivel chair for a ride.
    This concert was at the outdoor theatre in Fundy National Park as part of their Sounds of Summer concert series. I do the soundman work for the concerts every Saturday during July & August.
     
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    What a great place that would be for A Midsummer Night's Dream.
     
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    I somehow forgot about this thread. I have some catching up to do.
     
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    Copper mine Brook 360

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    See this link for the interactive 360 in-the-round.
    View attachment 98138
    Made during a photo outing with my photographer friend, Mike who was visiting from Ontario. I was using the Motrr robotic head so I'm in the picture too.
    This brook crosses the Coppermine hiking trail in Fundy National Park, New Brunswick, Canada. We followed the brook uphill in search of waterfall views to photograph. For some reason, whenever I come to a brook crossing a trail I always go upstream, almost never downstream unless for some particular purpose. When exploring I always go up. Something about seeking the pure source I guess.

    I can't figure out why the flat panorama photo doesn't display correctly. I shows a lock symbol. Tapping it asks for my password but entering it doesn't solve the problem.
     
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    Kelly's Beach low tide 360, Kouchibouguac. http://pnr.ma/eyIECz

    This is located on New Brunswick's east coast, Atlantic Ocean, and facing Prince Edward Island. The water between the two is called the Northumberland Strait and because it is a somewhat protected waterway it has the warmest water north of the Carolinas. This makes the beaches popular for swimming.
     
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    Pointe-du-Chêne Wharf, Shediac, NB, Captain Dan's 360
    http://pnr.ma/cgGLrg

    Pointe-du-Chêne Wharf is a popular spot to visit the shore as it gives you a view of the beaches on either side as well as local pleasure boat traffic. Restaurants and ice cream shops and a small Lighthouse are also on the wharf. A popular meeting spot.
     
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    Maybe try Edit>More Options and re-upload the image?
     
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    I edited the message 4 times, deleting and reimporting the picture. I tried moving it to a different place in the message in case some complication happened with the link. I checked that the image was not "private" on the website. Mystified.
     
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    For some reason there does not appear to be an iMage attached, or associated with the post Brian?... :whistle:

    If you want to try again with just the iMage in a following post I will merge them for you, assuming it works... :thumbs:

    If not, we will task the TechGuru to review the issue... :D
     
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    These are great, Brian. I think I need to try one!
     
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    Sunset 360, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec.
    Use this link to see the interactive 360 panorama in-the-round.
    http://pnr.ma/bWRZYE
    A beautiful calm evening, orange glow, nice reflections, Ottawa River, Lake of Two Mountains, Sainte Anne's Locks, highway 20 bridge.
    Here is a preview flat version
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    Made with iPhone 7 Plus & DMD Panorama.
     
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