Stereo Panoramic Photography for Virtual Reality
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Ainsworth, Richard A. (2019). Stereo Panoramic Photography for Virtual Reality. In CAVEcam Virtual Reality Photography Collection. UC San Diego Library Digital Collections. https://doi.org/10.6075/J02F7KR3
Stereo photographic techniques for creating virtual environments are described in detail. The transition from traditional photography to environmental imaging includes spherical image capture, distortion correction, full dynamic range acquisition, and deep focus methods. The complete CAVEcam system tutorial for creating images includes equipment, procedures, and software rendering of the final left and right equirectangular projections for virtual reality presentation.
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Cover image: Wisconsin State Capitol
Version 1.0 December 15, 2010
Version 1.1 January 15, 2011
Identifier: ISBN 978-1-4507-5290-9
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