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descDate Name Thumbnail Size User Description Versions
16:20, 23 August 2008 Fast preview icon drag.svg (file)
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6 KB James Legg The icon used by Hugin's fast preview to enable dragging images across the panorama. 1
16:17, 23 August 2008 Fast preview icon identify.svg (file)
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5 KB James Legg The icon used by Hugin's fast preview for turning on image identification. 1
16:14, 23 August 2008 Fast preview icon photometric.svg (file)
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5 KB James Legg The icon used by Hugin's fast preview for enabling full photometric correction. 1
16:12, 23 August 2008 Fast preview guide start.png (file) 722 KB James Legg Hugin's fast preview, the result of James Legg's Google Summer of Code 2008 project, mentored by Pablo d'Angelo. It is is displaying a panorama where automatic alignment has failed, leaving several misaligned components. 1
16:10, 23 August 2008 Fast preview guide rotate drag.png (file) 600 KB James Legg Hugin's fast preview, the result of James Legg's Google Summer of Code 2008 project, mentored by Pablo d'Angelo, being used to rotate an image component in a panorama. 1
16:07, 23 August 2008 Fast preview guide identify.png (file) 751 KB James Legg Hugin's fast preview, the result of James Legg's Google Summer of Code 2008 project, mentored by Pablo d'Angelo, being used to identify two overlapping images. 1
16:04, 23 August 2008 Fast preview guide drag.png (file) 662 KB James Legg Hugin's fast preview, the result of James Legg's Google Summer of Code 2008 project, mentored by Pablo d'Angelo, being used to move an image component across a panorama. 1
16:00, 23 August 2008 Fast preview guide crop.png (file) 696 KB James Legg Hugin's fast preview, the result of James Legg's Google Summer of Code 2008 project, mentored by Pablo d'Angelo, being used to crop a panorama. 1
08:40, 13 May 2008 Blender zenith mesh transform.png (file) 38 KB James Legg This is an approximated remapping performed by mapping a 32 by 16 grid over the input image to the correct place in the output image, and mapping linearly between grid points on that. A row of faces that went across the image (since the left and right ed 1
08:36, 13 May 2008 Blender zenith tex coord transform.png (file) 49 KB James Legg This is image is an approximated remapping performed by mapping points on a 64 by 8 grid to the correct place on the input image and mapping linearly between those points. 1
08:32, 13 May 2008 Blender zenith transform nona output.png (file) 49 KB James Legg This image is a remapping of a single rectilinear image rotated to the zenith, to an equirectangular image, which has been cropped. The remapping was performed by Nona. 1
19:08, 6 May 2008 Blender transform Nona comparison.jpg (file) 47 KB James Legg This is a cylindrical image remapped by Nona to a fish-eye projection. This is the 'correct' version of the Blender approximations, used for comparison. 1
19:04, 6 May 2008 Blender UV transform output.jpg (file) 49 KB James Legg A remapping performed by Blender, using a uniform mesh with texture coordinates defined as given by nona when performing the same remapping. Before the remapping, this was a cylindrical image. 1
19:02, 6 May 2008 Blender mesh transform output.jpg (file) 41 KB James Legg A remapping performed by blender, using a mesh with vertices defined from coordinates given by nona when performing the reverse of the remapping. Before the remapping, this was a cylindrical image. 1
18:07, 6 May 2008 Blend project UV.jpg (file) 140 KB James Legg This is a projection of a cylindrical panorama to a fish eye one, created with a uniform mesh representing the output panorama mapped to the input image a texture map. The texture coordinates do the transformation. 1
18:03, 6 May 2008 Blend project mesh.jpg (file) 130 KB James Legg The results of a transformation from a cylindrical input image to a fish eye image, using a specifically shaped mesh to remap a uniform grid over the input image. 1