Morpho QuickPanorama showed up in the Ovi Store for the Nokia N900 this week. It lets you take panoramic photographs by only moving the camera to capture a wide landscape. Users don’t need to snap multiple pictures and join them later on. The ease of use will definitely attract more people towards panoramic photography.
The movement detection engine based on the Morpho’s unique algorithm only requires users to move their cameras to an area to be paranomically photographed. All the complicated works such as positioning and image pasting are processed within the Nokia N900. All the processing is performed in real time, so the users can preview the panoramic image of a photo while being taken.
My first attempt is included below. Click on the image for the original size.
The missing section on the right side of the image is the result of moving the camera up or down from the horizontal line.
The version of QuickPanorama currently available in the Ovi Store shows a message that it is a trial version with a limited capture size of VGA (640 x 480). I’m assuming that a paid version can capture larger sizes when it becomes available. Try it out and share links of your panoramic photos from the Nokia N900 in the comments below!