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Freaktography 


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Testing out 360 Degree Photo Technology in Abandoned Places
< on 5/15/2019 6:41 PM >
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I just recently bought myself a 360 camera for capturing the places that i explore, so far it's been an interesting technology to learn.

It has two mega wide angle lenses on each side of the device so it captures everything in the room, then allowing the viewers to navigate the room themselves.

There are a few things I can do with it:

1 - Place it in the middle of a room and take one still photo that the viewer can move around with mouse, or finger on mobile:

Click these links to see the examples, since UER doesn't support the file type

https://momento360...0&field-of-view=75

https://momento360...3&field-of-view=75

https://momento360...0&field-of-view=75

2 - I can place the camera in the middle of the room and create a video still file that I stitch together like this, use your mouse or finger to move around:



3 - I can walk around and film a video, allowing the viewer to navigate around the room with me as i walk and narrate:




Here is what the image file looks like when not optimized by the website or platform that you are posting to:


What you guys think of this?







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How large are those 360° files?
Lol, I get a tab crash every time I tried open them.




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LOVE this !!!

When scrolling without narration, it's like I'm almost nervous waiting for one of those "pop up, scare the shit out of me" images

Looking forward to seeing more with this cool device !!!

Thanks for sharing




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How large are those 360° files?
Lol, I get a tab crash every time I tried open them.


They are full resolution like 5000px wide or something




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LOVE this !!!

When scrolling without narration, it's like I'm almost nervous waiting for one of those "pop up, scare the shit out of me" images

Looking forward to seeing more with this cool device !!!

Thanks for sharing


Hey thanks, glad you like em!




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Super trippy.... Like exploring a video game, only the images are real. I dig it! Can you tie them all together so the viewer can "walk" through the house, kinda like Google Maps Street view? I can't wait to see the direction this takes your photography!!




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Super trippy.... Like exploring a video game, only the images are real. I dig it! Can you tie them all together so the viewer can "walk" through the house, kinda like Google Maps Street view? I can't wait to see the direction this takes your photography!!


Actually yes, I can do that and once i am comfortable with the process i'll be doing that as well!




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Oh, this is badass!! Really adds an interesting (and as already stated, trippy) perspective for the viewer. Love those interactive stills; and as cool as the videos were on my phone, I'm excited to check them out on my laptop next time I'm at a hotspot.
Congrats on the new purchase; good luck and have fun with it out there, and thanks for sharing! Definitely look forward to more. 😀




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They are full resolution like 5000px wide or something


Tried it on Brave browser and -Wow-!
Those are crazy.
I really like these. Walls, ceiling and floor.
WTF?
These came out excellently. Well done




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Neat! Cool spot too. Crazy crackly walls. And that crucifix!




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VERY cool - cant wait to see what else you come up with using this thing!




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...the fu-ture. Damn.

Lovely images from a neat location! Details grabbed my attention in a way that single stills haven't in a while. Neat stuff!




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I've always thought 360 stuff was cool, but I'd never seen it in any abandoned places. These are really cool! A friend of mine has a Gopro Fusion from his work that I'd love to try sometime.




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Hey thanks y'all!!




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I love the 360 vids, and stills...it's amazing, buddy...waitin' for more!




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