Panorama magic is a strange thing by how it impacts humans imagination. What hidden forces make us keep looking at those (almost ordinary) photographs, which differ from other similar landscapes just by the LENGTH of the picture? I dont know that hidden forces, but I certainly know the outcome its the abnormal attractiveness of 360-degree images, as well as the attractiveness of programs that take several ordinary landscape photos and create a single *unordinary* panorama image. ADG Panorama Tools is just such kind of software, but it is very special on its features.
First of all, ADG Panorama Tools does excellent and automatic adjustment, alignment and correction of images to be stitched, giving the best possible results. Then, ADGs editor will provide you with wide range of tools: multiple input and output formats, «projects» for saving and loading; and even sophisticated interactive 3D editing with mouse and keyboard controls.
But the coolest thing is that ADG Panorama Tools can create DYNAMIC panoramas i.e. when you do not need to turn your head around to see entire image; instead, the image «turns» its visible part, repeating the cameras turns.
Those dynamic landscapes even can be embedded in web-pages, and you need no programming to do so ADG Panorama Tools does right!
Panoweaver Professional for Windows 7.00 360 degree flash spherical panorama stitching software, which enables you to stitch professional panoramas easily and quickly. You just need to import the fisheye images into the
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