On Jun 23, 2005, at 1:43 PM, somebody wrote:
I don’t know if you have experience with these or not, check out this link to see what I mean:
We just got a new camera – a Canon Rebel XT and we have a tri pod. I also have Adobe Creative Studio and some Canon software. I am able to stitch together images to make a 306 but that is just on one plane. Do you know of anyone who has done this at UVM and has a software suggestion? Let me know if you have any thoughts.
It’s been years since anyone contacted me about panoramic images. The web team subcontracted the job for these I can’t recall who did them — Deb Goller probably knows. A Ken Burns (not THE Ken Burns), I think. This guy (Tom Pollak) is a local and could/would probably do them for you, if you want to spend money.
Some Free/Cheap software possibilities can be found here . Most everything seems to be based on "Pano Tools."
From what I can tell, software is the least of the issues, compared to building a camera rig and calibrating lenses. See http://www.panomundo.com/panos/howto/index.html