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One Click Is Enough To Create An Online Virtual Tour

The Online Virtual Tour Creator supports several image formats and lets you create Virtual Tours from the scratch in just two clicks:

  • A click from your camera to capture 360 degree around in a single exposure.

  • A click from your mouse to transform the picture into an Interactive Virtual Tour.

With your own camera and free.


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A Minimal Investment To Update Your Online Real Estate Agency

Offer more and better services to your clients by showing your Real Estate Portfolio in 360 degree Virtual Tours. Nothing is more alike to actually being in the place and you can do it yourself with the same ease as you do it with traditional pictures.

The Ideal Complement To Any Website

Every Webmaster can notoriously improve his/her services by adding to them interactive Virtual Tours that he/she can do with his/her own equipment and in as little as two clicks.

The Freeware Programs That Will Do All The Job

Depending on the panorama type, the combination of this four free programs, three, two, one or even none of them is all the multimedi photographer needs to complete his/her work.

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Single Row Nodal Rotators

These nodal rotators are the simplest of them all, as all they do is hold the camera in place and rotate horizontally around the nodal point of the lens.

As most are adapatable to different cameras, they have systems to hold those in fixed positions as wanted. These means that the photographer needs to know the lens's nodal point position to manually adjust the device so that this is actually the point around which the whole system turns.

Warning : it is not easy to determine with presition the nodal point of any lens and it's even harder to get a camera precisely and firmly held in the right place, so it is advisable that once you are sure all the elements are togheter in the right position, you mark this with permanent markers on the hardware, so you can use these marks as references to reposition the elements the next time you need to assemble your set up.

Nodal rotators often have mechanisms that partially hinder the movement of the rotator in stops that guide to shoot consecutive images always rotating the same interval between shots.

A regular camera on a single row rotator can shoot a sequence of images that will stitch smootly and perfectly when editing the panorama. If the camera is regular enough, probably the picture, although covering 360 degree, will be of short height and therefore limited in its ability to create a truly immersive experience when navigated interactively. However, as we have seen, the cameras can have different lenses. The higher the amplitude of the lens, the smaller the number of shots required to cover the entire horizon, and also the greater the vertical viewing angle. To make the most of it it's worth to place the camera vertically as in portrait position.

The extreme case are the fisheye lenses, whith which a camera with the guidance of a nodal rotator can shoot an entire sphere in as low as two shots, although we always recommed to shot at least three.

Here is one of the best conceivable setups for spherical panorama shooting : single row nodal rotator + fisheye lens, camera and tripod.

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miguel (nevermore6@gmail.com) says :

Hola, buenas tardes. Tengo una gran duda, No distingo los tres tipos de rotadores que menciona. Hay algun enlace donde pueda ver el rotador de Un Hilera, el de varias hileras y el especifico. Quiero comprar uno, ya lo tengo cotizado y estoy por pagarlo, pero quiero estar seguro de hacer una buena compra. Muchas gracias por este gran aporte.


360 Facil (info@360facil.com) says :

Hola, Miguel. Gracias por tu mensaje y tu consulta. Hemos definido como rotadores nodales de una hilera a aquellos que solamente giran alrededor de un eje vertical, de manera que la camara apunta siempre al horizonte mientras se lo va girando y fotografiando una unica hilera de imagenes hasta cubrir los 360 grados. La unica manera que tienes de fotografiar un panorama mas alto con estos rotadores es usarlos con un lente de mayor amplitud angular. Un ejemplo es este rotador de Agnos. Los rotadores de varias hileras, ademas de girar alrededor de un eje vertical, estan articulados de manera que pueden apuntar hacia arriba y hacia abajo del horizonte, de manera que se los puede utilizar fotografiando el panorama en varias franjas horizontales. Un ejemplo es este JTS Rotator. Fijate que en ambos casos la camara puede moverse hacia adelante o hacia atras hasta encontrar la ubicacion precisa del punto nodal del lente. En cambio los rotadores especificos son tales que acomodan perfectamente determinados modelos de camaras y lentes de manera tal que al colocarlos en el rotador nodal tanto la camara como el lente caen en el lugar preciso en que el punto nodal queda bien posicionado. Estos dos rotadores de Bo Photo son especificos para sendos modelos de camaras Nikon. Hay muchisimos modelos de rotadores y puedes conocer la mayoria de ellos siguendo los enlaces a partir de la URL al pie de este comentario. Buena suerte y saludos!

URL : www.360facil.com/esp/panorama-360-accesorios-rotadores-nodales.php

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360 Degree Interactive Panoramas
In Three Easy Steps

After reading this tutorial you'll be able to create your first 360 degree interactive photography with the camera you already have :

1 - Photograph
1 - Fotografiar

Take one or more pictures of the place you want to show.

2 - Edit
2 - Editar

Convert your pictures into 360 degree panoramas.

3 - Publish
3 - Publicar

Make your panoramas interactive and available to the world on the internet.

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If a picture is worth a thousand words, a 360 degree interactive panorama is worth a thousand pictures...


Online Virtual Tour Creator

Using the online virtual tour creator you can :

Convert your 360 degree pictures to virtual tours with a single click.

Insert your virtual tours into web sites, emails, blogs or wherever you like by just copying and pasting a text.

Know in a practical way all kinds of 360 degree pictures.

Discover that you can create hundreds of interactive virtual tours just as easily as you take pictures with your camera.

Check that with just one click from your camera and another click from your mouse it is possible to create a 360 degree interactive virtual tour out of nothing. And completely free of charge!!!

You can get started right now, even if you don't have a camera

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