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KrownThemes
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lol .. you are really asking this question? :D

Just take a huge picture(>3000px) with a lot elements in it, then cut it out in that form. After you do that, just crop out the six faces of the cube. :)

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Polarathene
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I’ve wanted to make a panorama viewer lol never got round to it. This kind of file is a lil niche, not many would be able to get the images made for this, need a good photographer that can do it, so the next use of it would be like in one of the links you showed, a series of 3D images stitched together to give that awesome effect.

I know theres a few good 3D artists around here, perhaps they would’nt mind giving you a render of the six angles you need. Not sure how you’d go about content though, but thats probably the best bet, you could do it yourself too, be a bit of learning though.

lol .. you are really asking this question? :D

Just take a huge picture(>3000px) with a lot elements in it, then cut it out in that form. After you do that, just crop out the six faces of the cube. :)

This is to give a 3D effect, you can say take the surrounding pictures of you in a room so you can look around the room. Its not a single photo you cut up. It is good for real estate sites, I saw an airline site with this feature as well.

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robGD
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Sigh…..

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tsafi
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There is a software call Serif Panorama it’s about $30 you just submit your break photos and it will adjust it to a Panorama image I am not sure if its available for windows also . Any way if you want you can send me your break images (if you have ) I will do it for you, will take me 5 minutes or so .

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Polarathene
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Putting the images together is easy…I have no idea how accurate you have to be at taking those kind of pictures though. Would need a tripod or something for your camera? Would hate to be doing trial and error over and over again… So for me it’d be easier doing six 3D renders where you can avoid that issue.

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ArikB
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PS has panorama tools.

Panoramas get more complicated when you need to have a “spherical” shot. A 360 all around is done using a tripod and then matching the pictures.

With a sphere to be filled you need a tripod that you can tilt sideways as well, basically that way you’ll have to rotate around until you get everything.

There are also special cams to do it, like the cams that google uses on their cars for google maps.

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