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posted Jan 16, 2013, 10:50 AM by Unknown user
By October last year, I was working on an android app that could merge your photos in order to build not just a conventional panorama, but a full immersive spherical panorama. It would be called Scenery.

Bad news came when, by November of the same year, Google announced their new line of devices, including Nexus 10 and Nexus 4, along with their brand new Android version 4.2 Jellybean. The introduction video emphazised on the most attractive feature of the new version: PhotoSphere. Microsoft already had an immersive panorama app called PhotoSynth, both for Windows Phone and iOS, and now Google had just filled their gap with this new app.

Because of this, we decided to stop the development of the app and give up the source code for the community in the form of reusable libraries for Android.

* orientation-tools. Android library containing ready-to-use tools for apps that require orientation.
* camera-view. Android control that provides an easy-to-use control for using device's camera, as well as common tasks, such as taking a photo and save it.