Radiance Sphere Views

I'd like to be able to calculate a full-sphere view of a Radiance model, and display it across three (or more) monitors. Has anyone done anything like this before?

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Randolph M. Fritz • [email protected]
Environmental Energy Technologies Division • Lawrence Berkeley Labs

Hi,

first I would recommend Paul Bourke's website. He has documented a lot of his work on fisheye projections, though mostly on domes:

http://local.wasp.uwa.edu.au/~pbourke/miscellaneous/domefisheye/

If you want to work on flat surfaces, you would probably need some cubical mapping. However the basics of projection still apply.

Cheers, Lars.

Thanks!

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Randolph M. Fritz • [email protected]
Environmental Energy Technologies Division • Lawrence Berkeley Labs

On 2010-07-29 01:36:37 -0700, Lars O. Grobe said:

Hi,

first I would recommend Paul Bourke's website. He has documented a lot of his work on fisheye projections, though mostly on domes:

http://local.wasp.uwa.edu.au/~pbourke/miscellaneous/domefisheye/

If you want to work on flat surfaces, you would probably need some cubical mapping. However the basics of projection still apply.

Cheers, Lars.

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