Summary of the highlights of May

Publicado em 03-06-2011 na seção de Press

Por Team

538 new panoramas have been published this month on
Of which the fived more rated are:

Thanks Jimi Festival, Wroclaw, Poland

by Witold Gidel

On the rocks above the Lago di Garda, Italy

by Heiner Straesser

Barrio de La Rosaleda, Ponferrada

by Henry Alvarez

Protestas en Sol - 15M 2011

by Jorge García de Andoín

Having a Tea with Friends, Uchisar, Turkey

by Heiner Straesser

And the most relevant authors are:

Carlos Anillo
from Logroño, La Rioja, España

Maciej G. Szling
from :> Poland | Nowy Sącz |

Juan Luis Redajo
from La Guardia (Toledo) - Madrid

Soledad Tante Agudo
from Polán (Toledo) ESPAÑA

Heiner Straesser
from Munich/Germany

New features and three new Pro Accounts

Publicado em 03-06-2011 na seção de Publications

Por Bernard Custard

Today we just presented at Palmela 2011 the new features. Now you can view them. Also all the members that they are registered they will have a discount of -15% of the prices and all the user who attended at Palmela 2011 they will have the same discount.

If you are interested, you only have to send an email to asking that you want to buy Pro Account. One last thing, VAT it´s included on the price.

Thanks to everyone, because without your help it would be impossible to do it. Also special thanks to Carlos Chegado and IVRPA ASSOCIATION for the invitation !!




Publicado em 21-05-2011 na seção de Press

Por Bernard Custard

The second Epson International Pano Awards is dedicated to the art of panoramic photography. Advances in digital photography and software such as PTGui and Adobe Photoshop has resulted in an explosion in image stitching, especially in the panoramic format. Panoramic film photography also remains alive and well.

The Epson International Pano Awards showcases the work of panoramic photographers worldwide and is the largest and most important competition for panoramic photography.

2011 Major VR / 360 Winner / Ignacio Ferrando, SPAIN. Congrats to Ignacio and all the other photographers !!!. is proud to show a few panoramas of Ignacio and other photographers on our websit

2011 Event Statistics.

Country Participation : 62
Overall Entries : 3,586
Photographers : 985

Gold Awards : 3
Silver Awards : 323
Bronze Awards : 1,961

Final conference speakers list

Publicado em 17-05-2011 na seção de Presentations

Por Bernard Custard

As you can guess by reading the names on this speakers list, all our goals for this conference regarding topics to cover and quality of the speakers where more than achieved, in fact, our goals where all surpassed by a great margin. These speakers are fantastically talented members of the panoramic community that kindly decided to share some of that talent with Palmela 2011 attendees. The IVRPA sincerely thanks them for this opportunity.

This summer Palmela, Portugal, will be the world capital of panoramic photography.

It is going to be amazing!

Summary of the highlights of April

Publicado em 03-05-2011 na seção de Press

Por Team

411 new panoramas have been published this month on
Of which the fived more rated are:

Mono Lake, California

by Kosiba Marek

The Gate of Death

by Leszek Cuper

My favourite cave, Cappadocia, Turkey

by Heiner Straesser

El Bodegón, Ponferrada, 2

by Enrique Alvarez

El Bodegón, Ponferrada

by Enrique Alvarez

And the most relevant authors are:

Maciej G. Szling
from :> Poland | Nowy Sącz |

Heiner Straesser
from Munich/Germany

from Paname

Marin Giurgiu
from Baia Mare, Romania

Kamil Brzostowski Kamilby
from Poland, Denmark

Update about the IVRPA news / Actualización sobre la noticia de IVRPA

Publicado em 28-04-2011 na seção de Others

Por Bernard Custard

The patent only covers the stitching of two Fisheye images, if you don't produce content like this then there's no need to worry.

The description of the patent may say otherwise but you can only be sued if you infringe on a claim. No claims in this patent mention wideangle images or stitching from more than 2 fisheye images, it's only mentioned in the description which is legally irrelevant.

Also the way the claims are ordered and structured means you have to be infringing one of the main claims and not a subset to have any real concerns.

It seems to me like a bunch of drama queens have blown the entire mess way out or proportion.

If you want to follow the discuss, you can do it here


La patente sólo contempla el pegado de dos imágenes de ojo de pez, si no se produce contenido con esa misma técnica, no hay ningún problema (la gran mayoría de profesionales y semi-profesionales, raramente utilizan ésta técnica). Resumiendo que la patente SOLO es por la unión de DOS IMÁGENES DE 180º DE OJO DE PEZ formando una imágen panorámica. La descripción de la patente puede malinterpretarse, pero sólo se puede demandar si se infringe dicha patente.

No se aceptarán reclamaciones de la patente que mencionan el MÁS DE DOS IMÁGENES pegadas con una lente de ojo de pez, en la descripción dicen que es jurídicamente irrelevante.

También la forma en que las reclamaciones están ordenadas y estructuradas significa que tienes que estar infringiendo una de las principales reivindicaciones y no un subconjunto de tener alguna preocupación real.

Me parece que se ha hecho un drama de un malentendido.

Si queréis seguir el tema, podéis hacerlo aquí.

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