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Although no longer directly involved in the yahoo group, [http://webuser.fh-furtwangen.de/~dersch/ Helmut] ([http://webuser.fh-furtwangen.de/~www-gf/personen/dersch.html personal site]) is the man who made all of this possible. He built the first version of the panotools from scratch and continued development until ugly corporate bully [[ipix]] threatened him with legal action based on questionable patents.
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Although no longer directly involved in the yahoo group, [http://webuser.fh-furtwangen.de/~dersch/ Helmut] is the man who made all of this possible. He built the first version of the panotools from scratch and continued development until ugly corporate bully [[ipix]] threatened him with legal action based on questionable patents.
  
As a mathematics professor, he seems to have shifted interest to other areas of science. Nevertheless, his creation lives on in the contribution and work of many devoted software developers and photographers.
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In 2003 he published [[PTViewer]] 3 which can display [[HDR]] scenes and PTViewerME for mobile devices. As a mathematics and physics professor, he seems to have shifted interest to other areas of science now as on his page http://webuser.fh-furtwangen.de/~dersch/ can be seen. Nevertheless, his creation lives on in the contribution and work of many devoted software developers and photographers.
  
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Thank you, Helmut!

Revision as of 14:55, 19 September 2005

Although no longer directly involved in the yahoo group, Helmut is the man who made all of this possible. He built the first version of the panotools from scratch and continued development until ugly corporate bully ipix threatened him with legal action based on questionable patents.

In 2003 he published PTViewer 3 which can display HDR scenes and PTViewerME for mobile devices. As a mathematics and physics professor, he seems to have shifted interest to other areas of science now as on his page http://webuser.fh-furtwangen.de/~dersch/ can be seen. Nevertheless, his creation lives on in the contribution and work of many devoted software developers and photographers.

Thank you, Helmut!