If you are interested in learning volumetric capture for photorealistic VR environments, I offer a series of customized courses. Each course specifies the material you should have. When you buy the course I will contact you immediately and together we will install your equipment, take the photos and learn how to develop them.
Stereoscopic capture is the basis for the creation of S3D virtual tours, and the application of interpolation and depth maps, for the 6Dof navigation.
First we will make a Briefing, in which I will expose you the particularities of the stereo capture, we will adjust the camera, and you will make the photos. You will send me the photos, I will edit them and we will make a Debriefing. When you know how to do the capture correctly, we will start with postproduction using PTGui.
This level is dedicated to 360º compact cameras. For the capture we are going to need a photographic rotator, easy to find in photo shops or online. For post-production we will need a stitching software called PTGui.
Make stereoscopic panoramas using Kandao QooCam 8K 360.
To take this course you need a Kandao QooCam 8K, a tripod or monopod, and a photographic rotator. For postproduction we will use PTGui.
Make stereoscopic panoramas using Ricoh Thetha Z1.
To take this course you need a Ricoh Theta Z1, a tripod or monopod, and a photographic rotator. For postproduction we will use PTGui.
Make stereoscopic panoramas using GoPro Fussion or Max.
To take this course you need a GoPro, a tripod or monopod, and a photographic rotator. For postproduction we will use PTGui.
Make stereoscopic panoramas using Vuze XR.
Its Side by side configuration makes it the ideal camera for 360º stereoscopic capture. A perfect second life for 180º VR systems.
Make stereoscopic panoramas semi-automatically using Mecha E1.
Mecha E1, (Fanotec) is a programmable robotic servomotor. During this course we will learn how to program it and operate it for the capture with any 360º camera. It is necessary to have Mecha E1 and a double “arca-swiss” Leofoto DC25.
INITIATION LEVEL II
This level is dedicated to 360º Video Cameras. During this course you will learn to take stereoscopic photographs using cylindrical cameras such as Insta or Kandao. We will learn to position the camera, to respect the safety distances, and the secrets of stereography, necessary for a perfect comfort during the visualization.
For the edition we will use PTGui and also Mistika VR.
Take stereoscopic photographs using Insta Titan.
We will learn to reduce interaxial distance virtually using interpolation. We will also learn how to simulate a 16 cameras RIG, which will double its horizontal resolution, while reducing the safety distance. We will use PTGui, but it is recommended to use Mistika VR. Along with the course I will send you a PRESET for Mistika VR.
Make stereo panoramas using Insta Pro or Kandao Obsidian
Both cameras use the same optical configuration, six cameras around. We’ll learn how to take perfect photographs by simulating a 12-camera RIG. It is necessary to have a photographic rotator, PTGui and it is recommended to use Mistika VR.
Make stereoscopic panoramas using Two 360º cameras.
You can use: 2 Ricoh, 2 Qoocam 8K, 2 Insta X, or 2 Samsung 16/17. With this system you will be able to capture a stereoscopic panorama making only four shots, the fastest camera/system in the world. Patent Pending.
Learn to edit VR using interpolation using Mistika VR
Mistika VR allows digital vertical and horizontal alignment of stereoscopic panoramas. It is a software for VR video, but learning a few tricks can be used for photography.
PRO LEVEL I Capturing interiors.
The capture of interiors requires the use of reduced ineraxial distances, adjusted to the size of each room.
During this course we will learn how to configure our equipment, calculate the interaxial distance and perform post production using the Mistika presets.
The price of this custom course, depends on your skills. If you are already an expert panographer, we can learn very quickly. If you are not experienced with DSLR’s the course will be longer.