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and they do not need further manipulation like stitching or remapping.
 
and they do not need further manipulation like stitching or remapping.
  
The simplest form is single row of images around and object. A multi row object movie consists of multible rows normally with differnet tilt angles.
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The simplest form is single row of images around and object. A multi row object movie consists of multiple rows normally with different tilt angles.
  
Sinse Object Movies only consists of images they are not limited to turning objects.
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Since Object Movies only consists of images they are not limited to turning objects.
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Please see [[Create object movies]] and [[Self-made object turntable]] for details.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:37, 23 November 2007


Object Movies are "inverted panoramas" where you see a scene from outside. Object Movies consist of a series of images and they do not need further manipulation like stitching or remapping.

The simplest form is single row of images around and object. A multi row object movie consists of multiple rows normally with different tilt angles.

Since Object Movies only consists of images they are not limited to turning objects.

Please see Create object movies and Self-made object turntable for details.