Create Equirectangular Panorama with Bryce

360° x 180° equirectangular panorama created with Bryce.

Bryce panorama, Flash Panorama, HEAMEDIA 2015

Bryce document and camera setup

Render each image in 1296 x 1296 px and save them as TIF files

bryce_document_settings.png

Deactivate "Link Sun to View"

bryce_link_sun_to_view.png

bryce_link_sun_to_view.png

Set the Camera & 2D Projection like the image below where the important part is FOV 112.5 and Scale 100%

bryce_camera_settings_front.png

Render 6 images using the Rotate angles as specified below

NameName / view
Rot. XRot. YRot. Z
_FR front 0 0 0
_RT right 0 90 0
_BK back 0 180 0
_LF left 0 -90 0
_UP up -90 0 0
_DN down 90 0 0

Resulting views

_FR _RT _BK
Front Right Back
_LF _UP _DN
Left Up Down

Use Hugin on a Linux desktop machine

Install Hugin (I'm using Ubuntu)

sudo apt-get install hugin enblend autopano-sift-c panini

If that is not working, try

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:hugin/hugin-builds
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install hugin enblend autopano-sift-c panini

Install stich scripts and other tools

sudo cpan
cpan[1]> install Panotools::Script

Put your six rendered images in a text file "Cubic3EquiNona.txt"

p f2 w4096 h2048 v360 E0 R0 T n"TIFF c:NONE"
m g1 i2 f0 m2
o w1296 h1296 f0 p0 r0 t0 v90 y0 u10 m0 n"box03_fr.tif"
o w1296 h1296 f0 p0 r0 t0 v90 y90 u10 m0 n"box03_rt.tif"
o w1296 h1296 f0 p0 r0 t0 v90 y180 u10 m0 n"box03_bk.tif"
o w1296 h1296 f0 p0 r0 t0 v90 y270 u10 m0 n"box03_lf.tif"
o w1296 h1296 f0 p90 r0 t0 v90 y0 u10 m0 n"box03_up.tif"
o w1296 h1296 f0 p270 r0 t0 v90 y0 u10 m0 n"box03_dn.tif"

Run this command from the command line

nona -o Skybox3_Pano_Equi.tif Cubic3EquiNona.txt

Result

Skybox3_Pano_Equirectangular.jpg

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