|Panorama quality criteries|
|360x180 equidistant projection||10|
|Large logos, empty spaces||5|
|Visible places of gluing elements||-10|
|Overexposed or underexposed places, insufficient sharpness, strong noise||-5|
|Horizontal and vertical lines||5|
|Aspect ratio 2:1||10|
|The first letter is a capital||1|
|There is no dot at the end of the name||1|
|Using uppercase in the title||1|
|Description of the panorama||1|
|Panorama Description Length||1|
|The view point is set||2|
|The appropriate name of the panorama||7|
|The appropriate description of the panorama||0|
Great idea. I support. It will be interesting to see the 3D panoramas of this village)))
Thank. I am studying the family tree of my family. Now you also want to perpetuate the village of their ancestors, making a virtual tour of the village with a brief history of each house.
Handsomely. Interesting place.
In general, I wonder how many houses in this village?
It used to be a village with a church and a lot of people lived (about 600 at the beginning of the 20th century). Now the village (the church was destroyed in the 30s) and just over 100 houses (summer residents do not count) and one street. Well, my grandfather is alive (87 years old) and can still tell where someone used to live. We should try to make a virtual tour this summer. Maybe children and grandchildren will appreciate)))