Dewarping allows you to zoom, rotate and convert any area of the original fisheye image, making it look and feel like a traditional video stream.
Use your mouse scroll wheel /trackpad to zoom in an out.
Click and drag the fisheye image to make it look like a traditional video stream.
Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh Finds Unique Use Case for 360-Degree Technology
At the Innovation Studio for the four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, Director Jeffrey Inscho and Creative Technologist Caroline Record are tasked with making the experience of the museums welcoming to the public, focusing on the technology, building Web and mobile applications, spearheading physical interactions and engaging the public. In 2016 the Innovation Studio created a new initiative called The Light Clock using Oncam's award-winning 360-degree technology and products.
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