The panoramic images are remapped video frames taken with a fisheye lens (Nikon FC-E8)
and a camcorder (Canon MV 850i). Remapping is performed using a modified version of
my software Panorama Tools. For field-of-view angles below 120° we remap to rectilinear projection while
larger angles use cylinder projection. The demo video "High Speed Train" below
exhibits more PanoTools-features
like virtual pan/tilt and/or zoom, both in still and moving images.
Click left image for the source video and the right image for the transformed and edited
video (1 Minute each).
MPRemap - remap from and to motion pictures.
- mpremap 0.2a Newest version. Includes
Windows binary, platform independent sources, GUI-frontend and 4 tutorial examples:
- remap video made with fisheye lens to cylindrical or rectilinear projection.
perspective correction and distortion correction of video images.
movies from static panoramic images. Includes motionblur
and smooth start/stop for realistic viewing experience.
create a grid of equally spaced prerendered views from a
static panoramic image for use in object-viewer.
Documentation for MPRemap 0.2. (included
in program download).
- mpremap 0.1a Previous version.
This work is distributed under the terms of the
Creative Commons License.
Copyright H. Dersch 2007