Kaidan Inc. and EyeSee360 Inc. have updated their single-shot panoramic imaging solution, 360 One VR. The companies have announced PhotoWarp 2.0 Public Preview and the SLR Bracket that provides new capabilities that streamline the production of panoramic virtual tours and permit the use of professional, high-resolution digital and film cameras.
360 One VR is an optical system that captures a complete 360-degree panoramic image in a single camera shot. It consists of an optical camera attachment and the EyeSee360 PhotoWarp software. A public preview of the next generation of PhotoWarp software is available to all 360 One VR owners for immediate download and use.
New features include batch processing; new output formats, including PTViewer and Zoom Viewer (MGI) panoramas; new conversion tools that unwarp not only 360 One VR images, but also cylindrical and spherical source images, as well as QuickTime VR cylinders; the ability to generate Web pages of your own design using the industry standard PHP scripting language; and more.
PhotoWarp 2.0 supports Mac OS X (10.1 or higher) and Windows (98, ME, 2000 or XP) operating systems. For more information, go to the
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