Not just on the iPhone but also on iPads which have a camera.
DMD Panorama app
Yesterday I came across this interesting app for the iPhone / iPad which takes panoramic photos. This app normally costs between 69p and £1.49 but for a short time each month it is available free on the iTunes app store. Anything which is free is worth a try. Wow. Such an easy app to use and so very fast at producing the final result.
This is a quick twirl round my scruffy back garden in early morning low sunlight.
First the photo produced:
Now that will be a bit difficult to see what is what without going to Flickr and enlarging it. The final 360 degree photo is 5843 x 800 pixels.
But - on the iPhone or iPad the photo can be scrolled inside the app. Also the people at Dermandar who wrote the app give the facility to have a free account where you can upload the photo and then get a code from the site to embed it on your blog / website with the ability to view full screen. (Click on the arrow at the top right hand corner of the flash view.) The mouse can be used to move the view left or right. Two codes are given:
I can see this being useful for lovely scenic views which should be more pleasing to the eye than scruffy back gardens. If you visit dermandar dot com you can browse lots of panorama shots which people have taken with this app. A right click on the flash view gives a menu you can use to visit their site.
When I looked on the iTunes app store this morning the app was still free to download but this will probably change soon.
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