Neil Kandalgaonkar

hacker, maker of things

antipanoramas

I made these with the AutoStitch app on my iPhone, but instead of standing in one place and pivoting, I walked around objects. I had tried doing something similar a long time ago, back when it was a free program you could download from UBC… but in 2005, AutoStitch’s SIFT algorithm tended to reject photo sets like this. The iPhone version seems to be more forgiving.

Digital Orca by Neil
A walk around Douglas Coupland’s sculpture Digital Orca, combined with the AutoStitch iPhone app.
square arch multiplied by Neil
A walk around a square arch-shaped streetlight, combined with the AutoStitch iPhone app.
bike path by Neil
A walk past a distinctive bike path sign, combined with the AutoStitch iPhone app.
Only sea food by Neil
A walk under and around a sign in Gastown, combined with the AutoStitch iPhone app
vespa by Neil
Various sides of a Vespa scooter, combined with the AutoStitch iPhone app
W by Neil
A walk around the original Woodward’s W, combined with the AutoStitch iPhone app.