VA2016: 360° Outdoor Retreat



Tiny Planet View
(click image for full resolution view, 3000x3000px)

VA2016: 360° Outdoor Retreat
Daz Studio 4.8 render using Octane Render Plugin + Standalone


I've started a 360° renders project for fun and research on how to make interactive 360° views of my rendered scenes :) I will be showing them off as interactive views, as well as flat panoramic renders and tiny planet views shown above. My first scene for this project is Outdoor Retreat by Nikisatez (available in Daz 3D store). The scene is entirely set up in Daz Studio and then exported via plugin to Octane Standalone for panoramic rendering (plugin still lacks Panoramic camera option). Tiny planet view is created with GIMP with a simple action from the original render.


Flat View
(click image for full resolution view, 3000x1500px)

Original render was created in the 8000x4000px resolution at about 2000k+ p/s and then compressed to 6000x3000px for 360° interactive view. Exif tags/Metadata was injected additionally to the original output to adapt to 360° Facebook viewer as the final result:



Notable items used in the making:
Rendered using custom Daylight + HDRI sky setup in Octane plugin for Daz Studio. Minimum color enhancement in GIMP and logos added in Inkscape.

Thank you,
V.


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Verica Alzheimer

3D artist and vendor at Daz 3D store. Using Daz Studio, Iray, 3Delight, Blender, Zbrush, Marvelous Designer, GIMP and Inkscape to create 3D art and content. Coffee and cigarettes addict. You may call me V.

2 comments:

  1. Hi! How solve the metada problem?

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    1. Hi, you may want to read this article :)
      https://www.facebook.com/notes/eric-cheng/editing-360-photos-injecting-metadata/10156930564975277/

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