360 Panorama - iTunes Free App of the Week Review

360 Panorama - iTunes Free App of the Week Review


360 panorama review app of the week

360 Panorama is a realtime panoramic app that functions like a panorama camera for iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod Touch 4G, iPad 2/3 iPhone and iPad Application – 360 Panorama – FREE – 3 IV’s “Instant, awesome panoramas” — CNET “Easy as pie … impressively sharp.” — Gizmodo “Feels like magic” — TUAW (The Unofficial Apple Weblog)

What is 360 Panorama?

This week's free application from iTunes is 360 Panorama created by Occipital.  360 Panorama is a realtime panorama camera application that works for iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod Touch 4G, iPad 2 and iPad (3rd generation).  The tagline for this app is appropriately, "The future called. It wants its panorama back".

What did you like about 360 Panorama?

360 Panorama allows you to take 360 degree panorama pictures from your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch.  Pictures are taken using the sweep method which means you move the camera around until you fill the full area of grid-lines that are seen on your screen.  The application completes the stitching for you.  Pictures are viewed on scre

en or via an online account you can sign up for. Overall, 360 Panorama is lightning fast and each picture has an automatic quality boost.  It's easy to share your panoramic pictures on Facebook, Twitter and email too.  Finally, every picture is GPS tagged so you'll always know where you took your picture.  Check out this cool demo!

What didn’t you like about 360 Panorama?

When you view your panoramic pictures from your computer, the quality isn't always the best.  Exposure can vary throughout each area of the photo.  Moving objects don't work well with 360 Panorama either.

Where can we get it?

Download this application for free this week in the App Store. Review by D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices Farhan Mandani. Andrew works at iHospital Gainesville. You can read our interview with Anderw in our previous post, Meet iHospital D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices Farhan Mandani.