Multiple images with Human response

I'm working on a cubic QTVR - 6 images - North, South, East, West, Up and
Down
And I would like them to all have the same exposure with a human response

After rendering the images, I've tried using pcond -h (saved to a new pic) -
but each one is treated individually, so they don't match up with I put them
together.

Is there a way to take several images and treat them as one?
perhaps enlarge the "canvas" to use Photoshop terms, and copy/paste them
into one image, pcond then crop them out again?

the only way I could get them to seamlessly blend is to not use human
response - but it doesn't seems to have enought contrast
http://rastermon.com/Node.htm

Thanks Rob F

Fitzsimmons, Rob wrote:

Is there a way to take several images and treat them as one?

the only way I could get them to seamlessly blend is to not use human response - but it doesn't seems to have enought contrast

I think phisto is what you want; there's even an example using pcond -h on the manpage:

http://radsite.lbl.gov/radiance/man_html/phisto_1.htm

P.S.
Cool QTVR, BTW. Excuse my ignorance, but what software do you use to create the QTVR? This looks like yet another thing I could easily waste a weekend playing around with.

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Thanks Rob!

I think phisto is what you want; there's even an example using pcond -h
on the manpage:

http://radsite.lbl.gov/radiance/man_html/phisto_1.htm

P.S.
Cool QTVR, BTW. Excuse my ignorance, but what software do you use to
create the QTVR? This looks like yet another thing I could easily waste

a weekend playing around with.

Rendered 6 90 degree FOV images and
brought them into a very easy to use freeware app from Apple
http://developer.apple.com/quicktime/quicktimeintro/tools/

Go down to the QTVR Tools section - QTVR Make Cubic

Unfortunately, I think it only runs in Mac OSX

Also check out these links - various QTVR tools on various platforms
http://www.worldserver.com/turk/quicktimevr/QTVRlinks.html

Ken Turkowski worked on Apple's quicktime for many years

Rob F

Hi,

just a simple question, why don't you use the panoramic view types of
radiance?

CU Lars.

Because the cylindrical projection seems to limited to 360 x 90 degrees.
when I've tried to go more than 90, the image get distorted.
With a cubic qtvr, you can get 360 x 180

Rob

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-----Original Message-----
From: Lars Grobe
To: [email protected]
Sent: 12/25/2003 11:56 AM
Subject: RE: [Radiance-general] Multiple images with Human response

Hi,

just a simple question, why don't you use the panoramic view types of
radiance?

CU Lars.

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