or directly to:
An alternative is othman.000webhost.info but I'm having problems
uploading via ftp.
I compressed these 1024x512 pictures until they are less than 50kbyte.
It still takes a long time because it has to load the ptviewer.jar
The pictures don't look sharp. I don't think the resolution is the
culprit because I had seen pictures with lower resolution and yet look
It is not a complete 360 degree but displayed as a 360x180 degree
panoramic picture format. There is no tripod used. I only used my hand
to take all these pictures. It shows that Panorama Tools can handle
these pictures as well.
Additional techniques that I find useful is to use the lens data from
previous pictures to quickly speed up the optimisation process.
I no longer need to do the lens view and distortion optimisation any
I also notice that this is a very effective way of measuring lens
It also shows that it is no longer important to have an extremely low
distortion lens because they can be corrected digitally.
It makes the water calm most of the time which makes it unique. With
its warm climate, plankton survive and emit fluorescent light which
can be seen clearly at night.
It is now better developed because it has a 2 star hotel but it does
not have any marina in front of it.
I've posted a panoramic picture of it at my blogspot sabahheaven.
This picture isn't clear because the output is directly from enblend
to the 1024 resolution.
The others were output to the 8192x4096 for Aerofly RC Flight Sim, and
then reduced to 1024 using gimp.
For comparison the anchor photo is included. It does not apper to be
clear as well.
I was looking for items about Sabah at ebay, when I found this ebay
shop specialising in artifacts from Sabah.
I suspect this site to be from Sarawak because it mentions Dayak
prominently. Dayaks don't exist prominently in Sabah, only Sarawak,
where the Ibans are also called Dayaks.
The sale of traditional items are welcomed. One of the most famous
were the weapons used by natives, such as blow pipes. Even I like to
own one, provided its price is right, but I don't seem to be able to
find them. Maybe they are obsolete. We use Bakakuk nowadays.