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Poor Bruce.... hope he's feeling better.joebartels wrote:That is Bruce or at least part of him...lol
Depends on how you define 'a flood of HAZers'... personally, I wouldn't bet on it.neilends wrote:So will a flood of HAZers.
The embedding appears to work much like YouTube's which is fine but it won't work with the JetPhoto Server software I use on my website. As with YouTube embeds, I have a separate page for each video, otherwise it would be a one huge mess on one LOOONG web page.neilends wrote:Kuula just added an easy-to-embed feature.
Well, kinda but the 360 cameras only use 2 very-wide-angle lenses. Solves the problem of having to circle around and clip a bunch of stuff. Just push the one button and you are done. You can capture people moving, for example. Only very small areas get "clipped" due to the 2 lens coverage.chumley wrote:Is this a new technology? Do you need a special camera for it? Doesn't the camera just use software to piece the photo together? Software can be run on any device.
360 cameras for consumers were not really a thing until 2017. Pros have been using these cameras that range up to $8000 and beyond for years. Other pros have been manually stitching together professional-grade images, also for years, which takes a lot of time. The consumer cameras are not trying to be those guys or that equipment. Professional 360s amaze me and I really enjoy viewing them. But that's not what I'm trying to achieve.chumley wrote:Is this a new technology? Do you need a special camera for it? Doesn't the camera just use software to piece the photo together? Software can be run on any device.