Panorama 360 Cities
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Enjoy hundreds of thousands of the world’s finest panos from 360cities.net and create your own 360 (or less) degree panoramas too.
NEW motion-sensitive panorama viewer allows you to move around in the interactive pictures just by moving your device.
360Cities is rich in features:
* The fully automated cam, developed by DMD, uses the built in camera and ensures fast stitching.
* Save your favorite pictures and access them later.
* No need to register anywhere to save your panos on your device to your Photo Library.
* Sign up / sign in and upload your panoramas for free to 360cities.net.
* Win points by uploading panoramas to 360cities.net and accepting missions to shoot panoramas of locations chosen for you.
* Share panoramas to Facebook, Foursquare, Twitter, and via email.
* View the best, most popular, most recent, and most nearby panoramas from 360cities.net (as featured in Google Earth) by accessing our Gallery.
* Search for panoramas in locations of interest to you on our World Map.
* Earn points by uploading panoramas to 360cities.net.
* Access to 360cities.net, the world's largest 360 degree virtual tour of fully immersive, high-resolution (sometimes, incorrectly called 3D) panoramas and fastest growing community of panorama photographers.
360Cities’ Panoramic World features the interactive panorama pictures of thousands of the best panorama photographers from around the globe, whose photography come to life on your iPhone like never before. Downloading our 360Cities app and making your own panoramas is your ticket into the 360Cities community.
It’s easy to make and share interactive panoramas with 360Cities’ Panoramic World:
All you need to do is hold your device vertically and rotate either to the right or to the left. The Yin Yang symbols will guide you so you can’t go wrong. You can rotate your device as far as you want. You can take only two pictures or you can create a full 360-degree panorama by turning completely around and shooting approximately fourteen pictures. The iPhone will stitch the pic automatically and create a pano for you in a matter of seconds.
When finished with your panorama, you can add a title, description, and tags and save it to your Photo Library and share it with 360cities.net, where it can be viewed as part of our unique virtual tour on desktop, tablet, and mobile devices. You can also share panorama to:
* Facebook, share a link on your wall.
* Twitter, tweet a link to your panorama that can be seen anywhere.
* Foursquare, check in to any foursquare venue by taking a panorama of it.
* Email the panorama as a link.
What's New in Version 1.2.1
All the world in a armchair
It is great to see an actual 360 photo of a place you would like to visit to put it in the mind s eye and to see a place one has been before. But due to the inherent political , time, or money restrictions one may not be able to go there, but you can see a glimpse of what you are missing. Also for all the places that are not on the site it gives the user a chance to post the first 360 photo for everyone to enjoy, I could see how a person could go to that place to be the first for that location. Who thought owning an IPad could be that much fun. Keep up the good work. Thanks Rob D.
A window on the world
Not just a great app; a magic window on the world. It feels like what Steve Job's must have been dreaming of when he conceived of the iPad. I used it with a group of college students, first having everyone stand, then looking at a 360 image of Guell park above Barcelona. Once everyone discovered that they could look up, down, and sideways simply by moving their iPads, they got excited about "traveling" to their favorite places, and shared images with each other. I love 360cities, both in class, and for armchair travel at home.
- When I launch the app and view a panorama, it works fine. When I go to view another one after that, it displays the first one again but with the second one's title. I can't view more than 1 panorama per app launch (must kill & restart each time). Fail.
- The grouping logic for pins is pretty bad: pins appear, disappear, and move around without you even changing zoom levels on the map.
- The famous gigapixel panoramas, such as the recent Tokyo Tower project, are not accessible via the app. These projects on the web site are what prompt many of us to buy the app in the first place, so it's a little misleading.
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- Category: Photo & Video
- Updated: Jul 22, 2013
- Version: 1.2.1
- Size: 23.7 MB
- Languages: English, Dutch, German, Korean, Spanish
- Seller: 360 Cities s.r.o.
- © 2008 - 360 Cities s.r.o.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPad 2 Wi-Fi, iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G, iPad Wi-Fi (3rd generation), iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (3rd generation), iPad Wi-Fi (4th generation), iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (4th generation), iPad mini Wi-Fi, iPad mini Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Air, iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini with Retina display, iPad mini with Retina display Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPod touch (4th generation), and iPod touch (5th generation). This app is optimized for iPhone 5.