spherical image

spherical image

[¦sfir·ə·kəl ′im·ij]
(mathematics)
Also known as spherical representation.
For a point on a surface, the end point of the radius of a unit sphere parallel to the positive direction of the normal to the surface at the point.
For a surface, a portion of a unit sphere consisting of all the end points of those radii of the sphere that are parallel to the positive directions of normals to the surface. Also known as Gaussian representation.
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A key achievement with the Theta series is an ultra-small twin-lens folded-optical system capable of capturing two wide-angle images and then marrying them into a single spherical image.
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The end result is a curious, spherical image of your surrounding.
He said that currently, they have anticipated the use of Galileo, "in many different areas, including time-lapse photography, cinematography, baby and home monitoring, video chat, object and face tracking, event photography and cinematography, and panoramic and spherical image capture.
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Moreover, the spherical image is not always rendered clearly on a flat surface, as most sensing systems are oriented in two dimensions.
The two fisheye photos are knitted together, producing a spherical image that results in floor-to-ceiling, 360-degree views of a room or location.
Ashbery develops the poem by gliding from one spherical image to another; they are often subtly introduced or understated.
The unique, single lens of the KODAK PIXPRO SP360 Action Camera enables you to capture a spherical image, easily creating a highly interactive 360-degree video," said Paul Meyhoefer, Vice President of Marketing for JK Imaging Ltd.
announced today that it has developed a new model of the RICOH THETA, an input device that allows users to capture the area all around them in a single spherical image.
The captured content was then compiled into one single spherical image or 360-degree video creating immersive experiences.

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