With Dermandar, the process of creating a panorama has been simplified to an extreme.
You shouldn't spend more than 5 minutes to produce an impressive result.
First: take a photo, turn around your camera, keeping a part (20-30%) of the previous photo visible and shoot the other one. You can stop or go on making a full 360 degrees. Now plug your camera in your computer. Second: open the online tool, click on the "browse" button, select your pictures from your camera. In less than 5 seconds your panorama is created.
Third : you can geo-tag your panorama and upload it, making it possible to be shared, embedded in your blog, tweeted, etc.The whole process is limited to 4-5 clicks, nothing to download or install, compatible with any OS, no registration, no fees. Enjoy!
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