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Offline arkacaraka

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Begin took object 360 panorama
« on: December 01, 2010, 12:09:11 AM »
  At this opportunity I will explain how where I took this picture using terragen classic for example that I created.
This is the first part in step 360 panoramic cube creation.
After sure the terrain design that we created for object panoramas, it's time the shooting began.

Preparation for a basic camera settings  needed is:

1.setting zoom on the value of 0.99 (this is very important to ensure the accuracy images on the corners of the cube to be seen without a connection)
2.Setting camera position with the right in the middle of the object.
3.setting camera from the surface of the level terrain.
4.setting in Terrain mode Terrain units.
5.setting height of the camera's focus  parallel to the height of camera from surface terrain.

In the example that I created.
I deliberately use the broad terrain 257 X 257 to give a clear idea of the camera position.

below is the camera position for each shot.

1.Front image,camera position : x,128   y,128  z(alt),20
                 Target position    :  x,128  y,256  z,(alt)20

2.Right image,camera position : x,128  y,128  z,(alt)20
                 Target position    :  x,256  y,128  z,(alt)20

3.Rear image,camera position : x,128  y,128  z,(alt)20
                 Target position    : x,128  y,0  z,(alt)20

4.Left image,camera position : x,128  y,128  z,(alt)20
               Target position    :  x,0  y,128  z,(alt)20

5.Bottom image,camera position : x,128  y,128  z,(alt)20
                   Target position    :  x,128  y,128  z,(alt)0

6.Top image,camera position : x,128 y,128 z,(alt)20
               Target position    :  x,128  y,128  z,(alt)148

 After 6 pictures on the rendering you can see and try connecting to each other using image editor applications like CORREL photo paint   or photo shop can also be the other.
To ensure that you take the picture is perfect.