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Panoramic imaging is featured on a variety of websites on the Internet. This is just a small selection of interesting sites.
Short Courses.com - online courses about digital photography, by Dennis P.Curtin.
Feldkirch 360 - a really nice example of a virtual city tour with panorama images.
By Marc Walser (www.panograf.at). In German language.
panoramas.dk - a very comprehensive site about VR photography, by Hans Nyberg.
Hires panoramas, international photographers, links, tutorials.
StadtPanoramen - a large gallery with panoramas from numerous German cities, by Helmut Kölbach.
Lots of panoramas in different resolutions, links to other city panorama galleries (wordwide). In German language.
From Paris - panoramas and other photos from Paris, by Eric Rougier.
Excellent panoramas in different resolutions. Virtual tours around the Eiffel tower,
Notre Dame etc.
Technical page, postcards, ...
Lausitz-Bild - High-quality panoramas and other pictures from the Lausitz region and other places, by Jörg Friebe.
Nice layout, easy navigation, made by a professional photographer.
The images are offered for sale. The site claims to be a pre-release; but you would hardly notice it. In German language.
Deutsches Museum München - A large renowned museum with some impressive panoramic presentations. Unfortunately, requires installation of an old-fashioned Quicktime VR browser plugin.
The World Wide Panorama - a non-commercial VR-photography project.
Featuring panoramas from hundreds of photographers all over the world.
The Library Of Congress - Panoramic Photographs
Historical panoramic images from America.
Digital Imaging in General
LetsGoDigital - Online magazine about digital imaging, in 5 languages.
News, cameras, an image gallery, forum discussions; focussed on cameras.
Panorama Tools - basic tools for editing and viewing panoramic pictures, by Prof. Helmut Dersch.
There is a well-engineered Java viewer. Some tools are real pioneer work, some are experimental. Many other developers' work is based on these tools. Non-commercial.
Hugin - open source, based on the Panorama Tools, by Pablo d'Angelo et al.
It's beeing improved steadily.
PTGui - originally, an interactive user interface for the Panorama Tools, by New House Internet Services B. V.
A hight-quality, very versatile program with lots of options. It's able to stich multi-row and full-spherical panoramas. Starting with v.5.0, PtGui provides an automated mode for creating matching control points which can be combined with manual processing. As an alternative to Panorama Tools, native PTGui tools can be used, some of which are better or faster. Constantly being improved and extended.
PT Assembler - another Panorama Tools frontend, by TawbaWare.
Can be run in automatic mode.
There are some similarities in all Panorama Tools frontends.
Panorama Studio - stitcher for single-row panoramas, by Tobias Hüllmandel.
Good user interface, providing good results. Some time-consuming calculations occur while editing.