Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Differences between Panorama and Photo Sphere of Android

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Google introduced the world to its new line of Android devices on Monday. The new Nexus 4, Nexus Nexus 7 and 10 will have the most current operating system company: Android 4.2. One of the new features in this version of Android will be ample opportunity to take photos with Photo Sphere, a feature reminiscent of the Panorama option in iOS 6.0.

But make no mistake: Apple did not invent the Panorama option, as many had previously appeared in the App Store applications that perform the same task. The apple company undertook to perfect the idea in iOS 6.0.

The option of Google with Photo spher e is based on the idea that Street View on Google Maps: with Panorama while we can only take pictures from left to right (or vice versa), Photo Sphere allows the device to move the camera in several directions at once: right, left, up and down. The software will indicate where you have to aim the camera.

Finally, Android 4.2 is directly responsible for processing all the information to give a polished final photo.

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