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From: Erik Krause <erik.krause@gm...>  20070114 12:16:41

Hello, just downloaded hugin 0.7 beta 3 for Windows and tested the executables from the panotools subfolder. PTBlender displays a warning dialog about unknown TIFF tags that has to be confirmed before the program continues. Neither f nor q switch make any difference. The output however is ok. I suspect that is the same for all of the binaries  should be fixed for windows in general. The DLL version in the hugin folder doesn't have these problems but confuses the parameters somehow: ptblender k 0 01.tif 02.tif creates a flattened file called 0.tif where the uncorrected 02.tif is contained. The o parameter doesn't work at all (no output created, program terminates immediately) best regards  Erik Krause Resources, not only for panorama creation: http://www.erikkrause.de/ 
From: dmg <dmg@uv...>  20070114 09:00:35

Pablo, The other day I found a library (in C) for Cartographic Projection: http://www.remotesensing.org/proj/ It also contains a binary that can serve as an "engine" for cartoraphic mapping (forward and inverse). It implements most of the "interesting" projections and some "wacky" ones, such as the Bonne and Werner (with inverse). Unfortunately of the "wacky" ones lack an inverse. dmg  Daniel M. German "There is no such thing as absolute certainty, but there is assurance sufficient for the purposes John Stuart Mill > of human life." http://turingmachine.org/ http://silvernegative.com/ dmg (at) uvic (dot) ca replace (at) with @ and (dot) with . 
From: Daniel M. German <dmg@uv...>  20070114 08:00:23

Hi Michael, Thanks a lot for all the work you have done on this projection! It is not trivial at all (compared to this projection the rest are piece of cake). I tried to use your code but run into a problem. I got a tiny, little image :) Would you mind sending the script you are using to test the projection? Also, how do you compute the mp>distance parameter? it is supposed to be the number of pixels per radiant in the output. b contains the number of radiants in the desired fieldofview, and width is the width of the desired output image. I noticed that in your implementation of the albers it always assumes that the desired fieldofview is 360 degrees (hence it ignores b).  daniel Michael> Erik Krause wrote: >> I'm pretty sure you and Michael know this already  just in case...: >> http://www.helpfeeds.com/showthread.php?p=1489664 Michael> I read this before. As far as I understand Abramowitz/Stegun 17.3.24 Michael> does not apply here because we have an incomplete elliptic integral and Michael> the 17.3. chapter is about complete elliptic integrals. However the Michael> inverse of the elliptic integral is no problem, as this is the Jacobi Michael> Function and can be easily calculated with the help of Numerical Recipes Michael> (sncndn). Michael> The problems start later when inverting all those equations full of sin Michael> and cos functions. Maple can invert it but the results are full of Michael> square roots so you have multiple results (as far as I understand these Michael> are the quadrants). Michael> In my first trials I did try to use the equations I get from Maple but I Michael> introduced some bugs I couldn't find and I gave up with this approach. Michael> After reading your mail I decided to give it another chance and now it Michael> works: Michael> Because I don't understand what Maple does when solving the equations, I Michael> can't tell which signs are right. So I have to try all combinations of Michael> signs  for each sqrt on time +1.0*sqrt and one time 1.0*sqrt. As there Michael> are 12 sqrts there are 2^12 = 4096 combinations. After I get a Michael> lambda/phi of one combination I put the result into the forward function Michael> and compare the resulting x and y. Michael> This solution is of course much better than the Michael> interpolation/minimization approach I did before. It is also a lot faster: Michael> http://mdgrosse.net/pano/peircequincuncial.c Michael> Michael  Daniel M. German http://turingmachine.org/ http://silvernegative.com/ dmg (at) uvic (dot) ca replace (at) with @ and (dot) with . 
From: Michael Gross (adv) <adv@md...>  20070114 01:38:39

Erik Krause wrote: > I'm pretty sure you and Michael know this already  just in case...: > http://www.helpfeeds.com/showthread.php?p=1489664 I read this before. As far as I understand Abramowitz/Stegun 17.3.24 does not apply here because we have an incomplete elliptic integral and the 17.3. chapter is about complete elliptic integrals. However the inverse of the elliptic integral is no problem, as this is the Jacobi Function and can be easily calculated with the help of Numerical Recipes (sncndn). The problems start later when inverting all those equations full of sin and cos functions. Maple can invert it but the results are full of square roots so you have multiple results (as far as I understand these are the quadrants). In my first trials I did try to use the equations I get from Maple but I introduced some bugs I couldn't find and I gave up with this approach. After reading your mail I decided to give it another chance and now it works: Because I don't understand what Maple does when solving the equations, I can't tell which signs are right. So I have to try all combinations of signs  for each sqrt on time +1.0*sqrt and one time 1.0*sqrt. As there are 12 sqrts there are 2^12 = 4096 combinations. After I get a lambda/phi of one combination I put the result into the forward function and compare the resulting x and y. This solution is of course much better than the interpolation/minimization approach I did before. It is also a lot faster: http://mdgrosse.net/pano/peircequincuncial.c Michael 