How we do it.
The technique “Rotational Stereopanoramas” presented by the photographer Javier Baranano during the IVRPA annual congress held in Tokyo in 2018, is a revolutionary technique that socializes the production of stereocopic panoramas.
The great advantage of this capture technique is that only one camera is needed.
Side by side Stereopanoramas
The technique “Side by Side” is based on the traditional stereography, consists of making the capture using two equal adjacent cameras. In this case the capture is done in a similar way to 360º panoramas, with the difference that the rotation point is not nodal, but the intermediate point of the segment that joins both nodal points.