Sun 01 Feb 2015 I have just completed some testing of the Google Photo Spheres Camera app for iPhone and found the results incredible. Using the iClyck mount, the Google Photo Spheres Camera app is producing the most reliable stitching that I have yet seen on an iPhone pano app.
Have produced 450 panos using my iPhone and iClyck with Photosynth, Google have upped the ante with this new app. The stitching is better, as is the new app's ability to work with mixed exposure and lighting.
Even better, I can publish the photo sphere's direct from the app to my Google Views account and have them visible to the world instantly.
I am inspired to once again hit the streets and view points to capture the best panos I can and publish them to the world... Made even better with iClyck panoramic mount for iPhone.
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