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Old 03-01-2002, 10:10 PM   #1
SirWally
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Default 360 degree photos

OK. So I was daydreaming again, and had an idea. It's similar to what companies do with their products to produce 360 degree rotatable image for their website.

If we put a camera on a tripod and take photos of a car from multiple angles, while using a tarp or something similar as a backdrop, we should be able to make some nice images of our cars that we can drop on the website.

I discussed this with a couple of other people, and we came up with more. How about we set up mutiple disposable cameras in a ring around a car, and hook them all together. Then we can throw something over the car (such as water from a sprinkler) and take photos from multiple angles simultaneously. Much like the camerawork pioneered by "The Matrix". It shouldn't be that expensive. Again, we would need tarps as a360 degree backdrop, and cut holes for the cameras, but I bet we could do this fairly cheaply.
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