can you give an example link?expatinasia said:More and more clients are asking for 360 degrees videos they can put on Google Earth etc.
What experience do you have with this, what are you using and do you have any recommendations please?
Thanks, ajfotofilmagem. You are right, but I was hoping for a rather simple way to do it.ajfotofilmagem said:Technically, Google Earth does not use videos, more pictures stitched. You can search the technique the link below.
Thanks, kaihp. I will take a look at it later - am still on the first coffee of the day!kaihp said:expat, are you looking for something like this?
I have also seen an adapter that you mounted on a GoPro (or similar), which would capture 360 degree view onto the normal camera, and then you'd use the associated software to remap the captured video to "normal looking video".
A quick google led me to this http://www.amazon.com/Kogeto-360-Degree-Panoramic-Accessory-iPhone/dp/B005NFIOK0 but it's not the one I recall.
Search for 'panoramic video' and a bunch of links will show up for various products.
Thanks tolusina, I had a look at that. The link I posted earlier from google is quite good as it even gives instructions on how to do it on a DSLR. It also linked to that Ricoh you posted and a few others.tolusina said: