"Virtual Reality" combined with "Virtual Virtuality"

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"Virtual Reality" combined with "Virtual Virtuality"

Postby anahum » Mon Feb 28, 2011 10:49 pm

Here an example a customer requested us. The idea was to start selling houses before the construction and allow the future home owners to figure out the view and blocked view areas of the surroundings when all the houses are complete.

To do this assignment we created 2 sets of panoramas from each of the 23 positions using the exact x/y/z coordinates:
1.- the first set from standard pictures based panoramas ("virtual reality")
2.- the second set was done creating 3D renders from the exact same x/y/z positions ("virtual virtuality")

...then, we combined the renders with the real background scene.... In this way, the future home owners are able to check the viewable and blocked areas of the scene from each house.

See the example here --> http://www.360panotours.com/HCH/HCH.html
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Re: "Virtual Reality" combined with "Virtual Virtuality"

Postby aambrose » Tue Apr 12, 2011 7:57 pm

Now THAT'S cool! Nice work!
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Re: "Virtual Reality" combined with "Virtual Virtuality"

Postby Panhad » Wed Jun 29, 2011 4:55 pm

Nice work!!!!!!

Can i ask you how many 3d you need to create a 360 degree panorama?

Many thanks

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Re: "Virtual Reality" combined with "Virtual Virtuality"

Postby anahum » Wed Jun 29, 2011 7:08 pm

Hi. I do not do the 3D renders, but they do the 3Ds using 3DSMax. With that SW you can export directly each panorama as a single equirectangular 360x180 panorama.
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Re: "Virtual Reality" combined with "Virtual Virtuality"

Postby Panhad » Thu Jun 30, 2011 9:54 pm

They can export for 3D studio MAx equirectangular panorama 360x180?

Many thanks,

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Re: "Virtual Reality" combined with "Virtual Virtuality"

Postby anahum » Thu Jun 30, 2011 10:02 pm

Yes.
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Re: "Virtual Reality" combined with "Virtual Virtuality"

Postby makiedog » Wed Aug 17, 2011 2:33 am

Very well done, they blend really well. Although I don't think you "Paso 2", that scene is very jarring, given the very distracting sky treatment.
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