PPV360HD - Professional Panoramic Photo Viewer 360 High Definition This is the DEMO version of PPV360HD, released for evaluating purpose. PPV360HD is an Android application designed to view 360-degree panoramic (Panorama) photo with equirectangular or cylindrical projection. It's a Professional quality viewer: the main feature is the ability to open every jpeg image up to 65000x35000 (2.27 Giga Pixel) resolution using a technology similar to Google Maps that allows viewing multiple zoom levels.Images can be loaded from local storage on the device, from user defined internet URL or from the Public Gallery, a collection of freely-available 360 photo from internet. The software is implemented on top of a very fast multi-platform 3D rendering engine, called MPGLGE, written in C++ with openGL ES 1.0 library. NOTE: You must have an sdcard in order to use this software. The DEMO version has the following restrictions:- You can only open images with a resolution up to 50 MPixel: images is opened but viewed at low resolution (not full 50MPixel) Images available in public gallery don't have these limitations, and can be viewed at full resolution.- Private Gallery: can store up to 2 of your photo. To view one more image, you must make free space deleting one of them. In the PRO version, the Gallery can store up to 100 photos.- Zooming and photo resolution: you can zoom images but only one zoom layer will be used: only in the PRO version you can view your images at full resolution.- Tagging: you can add up to 3 tags but they will not be saved on storage.- The Public Gallery have some huge panoramic photo freely available on internet (up to 530MPixel) so you can test application performance and compatibility of your device. Features:- Support jpeg image format up to 65000x35000, 2.27 GPixel [only PRO version]- Support for cylindrical and equirectangular projection (user choice)- Preview mode: see 360-photo at low resolution during image preprocessing- Thumbnail-based Public/Private Gallery The gallery can store up to 100 panoramic photos [only PRO version] Open images already seen in seconds (even big images) Load photo from local storage or from internet- auto calibration of cylindrical images- full-screen image viewing- fine manual viewing settings (you can set start and final vertical angles)- Real-time horizontal/vertical flip and view settings changing- Kinetic Rotation with device sensors- Manual rotation with pinch zoom (only Androd >2.2)- Tagging functionality: insert annotations over image- Basic Sharing screenshots functionality- Very fast: Written all in C++/native to run as fast as possible Adaptive Multithreading Algorithms to speed-up image loading and visualization: use all device CPU cores available Open GL ES 1.0 3d graphic engine Follow on twitter: http://twitter.com/PPV360HD To read more: http://adec.ucoz.com/index/professional_panoramic_photo_viewer_360/0-31 Compatible with all smartphone and tablet with OS Android version from 2.0. Images on these screenshots by:- Matthias Kabel, "St Peter Salzburg"- NASA, Spirit Rover on Mars PLEASE READ: Compatibility Issue-------------------------------------I received some reports from users about malfunction due to compatibility issues (generally OpenGL related problems). If the application doesn't start, please send me a note reporting the model of the device. Thank you. PLEASE READ: Crashes on startup------------------------------------The app cannot start if one of the following conditions is verified:- Portrait mode, please start in landscape mode- sdcard not inserted, the app needs a sd-card to store data Sorry for the inconvenience.I will fix the problem in the next release.
* New PPV360HD icon :)
* Added support for semi-panoramic images (horizontal angle minor of 360)
* General UI improvements of
* Improved Pick Image from local storage
- smart sorting if filename contains a number
- last used directory ;)
- PPV360HD download dir
* Intelligent open file without re-processing if its already present in public/private gallery
* Improve stability, with many bugfixes, new startup and closing sequence
Thanks to Silvia, John, Barry, Edgardo for supporting my effort.