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This is using still and moving camera,   Then gets stitched with software.     Tell me what you think?   On the photo that move you slow it or speed it up or go all the way around.   
Google give big points with using it.   Some say more than video.  

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Comment by Dale Sherman on August 14, 2015 at 10:29am

Very nice!  Which software did you use?  The mouse control was a bit too sensitive for me. I think the 360° panorama is useful for helping an auditor recall certain aspects of the home that may not have been captured by a single angle picture. I like the attic 360° panorama and the B&B 360° panorama.  If you did the same with an IR camera, it would be most impressive.

Comment by Colin Genge on August 12, 2015 at 8:50am

First impression, was that it was pretty cool and got my attention. Overall though it doesn't provide a lot more information. just looks cool.

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