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Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by Cyclone, Sep 23, 2015.

  1. Cyclone

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    Ive done a search and nothing has come up, but if it is here please close or delete this thread.

    Anyway, there is a new app for the Inspire and the P3P called DronePan. With one click you can take aerial panoramas and by using software on the pc you import the pictures and create the panorama.

    Ive got the beta version installed but the weather isnt going to let me use it till the weekend.

    More info - DronePan and on Facebook - Facebook (just request to join the group).

     
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    I wonder when the Phanton 3 software will be released?
    That's pretty cool stuff.

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  3. BigAl07

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    I do many PANOs and would love to have this app. Bring the P3P version (iOS) sooner than later :)
     
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  4. tomtnt

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    the P3 version is already out (in open beta)! Works GREAT.. super simple to use...
     
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  5. Cyclone

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    #5 Cyclone, Sep 24, 2015
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  6. RedRyderMedia

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    Do you have a link to the P3 beta? Found the Android beta on the Dronepan site, but couldn't find a link to the P3 beta.
     
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    I saw that but with no reviews was concerned it would make my yet to be delivered P3P explode
     
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    Take photos with camera or any Phantom, upload and store to Google Photos. Google Photos will automatically create Pano photos. Done.

    DJI_0909-PANO.jpg
     
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    Nice! Where can I find the p3 andriod beta link for thus app?
     
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    Nothing to do with my post. You can click on the OP's link to DronePan's website and then click on the Android Beta link at the top of the page.
     
  11. Lgibson100

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    Is that the link Android beta for I1 or P3 ?
     
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    You probably need to click on the link and check for yourself.
     
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    Contact the OP. I did it just now. He will invite you to join the beta test group for IOS devices. I asked for either android or iOS link. He just provide iOS. So I'm assuming the beta for the p3 is just on iOS.
     
  14. Lgibson100

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    Thanks Bigdz
    I'm already signed up for the ios beta and the software works great. I'm looking to get an Android version also.
    Thanks
     
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    that's a nice photo, but it's not a 360-panoroma. Dronepan allows you to take 20 pictures in a spherical configuration and using 3rd party apps, construct a 360-degree panoroma. This can be viewed in VR with google cardboard, gear VR, oculus rift - or viewed on your smartphone by just rotating your phone. or viewed on a computer monitor by dragging the mouse:

    almond park orangevale

    -note: fake sky.. unfortunately, you can't take pictures above the aircraft... you can either fake a sky or leave a big gaping black hole at the top.
     
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  16. tomtnt

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    android p3 version isnt' available yet.. he has android version for Inspire but it depends on rotating the camera and not yawing the AC
     
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    They have a whole video on it on YouTube, that's how I found out about it.
     
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    OP told me beta is for P3P. They haven't tested it on the P3A or P3S.but they think it should work.
     
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    I've tested it on P3p and it works great. He said he's add camera controls soon.
     
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    Pointless unless stitching can be done in app and the photo saved to the device.

    What about stacked panos?

    Are these features for the future?