360 panorama of Adelaide- Australia

Started by Aerometrex, November 20, 2016, 09:30:45 pm

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Aerometrex

I had a play with a 3D city model of Adelaide, Australia and background geospatial data to generate 360 panoramas.

http://aero3dpro.com.au/panorama/ADL_200m_sunrise.htm
http://aero3dpro.com.au/panorama/ADL_200m_sunset.htm
http://aero3dpro.com.au/panorama/ADL_200m_sunrise_eureka.htm


The 360 stereo mode asslo works perfectly for those using an oculus rift.

I am passionate  about the art and science of digital aerial mapping, photogrammetry, geospatial information, VR and 3D modelling.
http://aero3dpro.com

Oshyan

Your data is so good - and TG blends in seamlessly - that the result is basically just a photo in appearance (although there are some triangular shading issues on one or two of the rooves). Just need to replace those tree lumps with some proper tree models...

Do you have TG4 yet? Renders should be a lot faster for your work in TG4, plus the new clouds will look better...

- Oshyan

Aerometrex

Thanks for the feedback.

I did replace trees with Xfrog trees in  other renders for a client and it adds to the realism. I can't make the renders public yet.

I will do the same for those renders.

This is rendered with TG4 which speeds things a bit.

I need to test the new clouds in the next future.


I am passionate  about the art and science of digital aerial mapping, photogrammetry, geospatial information, VR and 3D modelling.
http://aero3dpro.com

Oshyan

Sounds great, looking forward to all that! In the meantime this looks excellent, great results.

- Oshyan

Dune

In Firefox it seems that 'my device' (?) only supports 4096px, whilst your renders are 8000px. Too bad I can't see them.

luvsmuzik

Links work fine on Edge, Chrome and old Internet Explorer on my unit, with Norton.
Nicely done!

DocCharly65

Absolutely amazing!

The foreground is really photorealistic.
I cannot say anything about the background because I never was there but I don't think that all buildings in the background have same white color?

Very curious about the final (when / if you make them public)

Aerometrex

Thanks a lot.

the white buildings actually exist and are part of commerical zones.
the background data is an aerial imagery drapped on top of the corresponding digital surface model.
I am passionate  about the art and science of digital aerial mapping, photogrammetry, geospatial information, VR and 3D modelling.
http://aero3dpro.com

zaxxon



Aerometrex

November 23, 2016, 05:08:13 pm #10 Last Edit: November 23, 2016, 05:11:14 pm by Aerometrex
thanks a lot.

Here is a new morning picture with TG4 clouds and residual fog:
http://aero3dpro.com.au/panorama/ADL_200m_sunrise2.htm
and a lower version:
http://aero3dpro.com.au/panorama/ADL_200m_sunrise2_LR.htm

I've uploaded the previous shot on 360 Youtube and it's entertaining to use the smartphone to explore the view.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIGO9RkPQbQ


regarding animation, if I was to add a moving ship or any other object, is there a way to crop the render to only the extend of the object (an may be its shadow) or do I need to setup up the crop area manually? it's not a big deal to do it manually with keyframe but i'm just asking.
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http://aero3dpro.com

Oshyan

You could try Crop to Object, but that would not get its shadow...

- Oshyan

Aerometrex

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http://aero3dpro.com

Aerometrex

I've lowered a bit the fog and it looks much better.

I've also added xfrog trees using a density shader derived from aerial imagery.

http://aero3dpro.com.au/panorama/ADL_200m_sunrise3.htm
I am passionate  about the art and science of digital aerial mapping, photogrammetry, geospatial information, VR and 3D modelling.
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bobbystahr

Very good, that fog makes the sun rays pop nicely...
something borrowed,
something Blue.
Ring out the Old.
Bring in the New
Bobby Stahr, Paracosmologist