19. January 2011
von Blackbam

A spheric panorama image is an image with an angle of 360*180 degree. With modern techniques of photography and special equipment it is possible to create impressive, interacitve tours. The panoramas were created from 3-layer HDR-images, which make a high contrast possible in spite of the dull weather conditions. This example was created in a course of my studies in St. Pölten, Austria. If you are interrested in how it works, there might be a short tutorial soon.

Mountain "Rauschberg" in Bavaria, Germany - example of an interactive tour

Die einzelnen Panoramen zum direkt aufrufen:

Rauschberg - vorderer Gipfel

Rauschberg - Gipfel

Rauschberg - Vorsprung

Rauschberg - Gipfelkreuz

Rauschberg - Adams Hand

An example with labeled mountain tops:

Rauschberg - labeled mountain tops

The mountain is located here:

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Mountain tops identified by using Udeuschle - panorama of the alps


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