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Stitching together over 150 photos per device, this experimental project provides an interactive 360-degree view of products to potential customers.
All you need to add your own photos is a Lazy Susan, a camera (or phone) tripod, and flexible measuring tape.
- Wrap the measuring tape around the circumference of the Lazy Susan and use a bit of tape to keep it in place.
- Place your product on top of the Lazy Susan, and make sure that it will not shift when the Lazy Susan rotates.
- Mark a location on the surface beneath the Lazy Susan that lines up with the flexible measuring tape. This will be used to measure how much it rotates between photos.
- Place your camera (or phone) on the tripod, and position it at your product. You will not be able to move it once the process begins, so make sure it's an angle you're happy with.
- Take a photo (It helps to have a bluetooth clicker that takes photos without shifting the camera)
- Rotate the Lazy Susan by 1/4-1/8 of an inch. You will need to keep this amount consistent between photos for best results.
- Repeat steps 5 and 6 until the Lazy Susan has returned to its original position.
- Contact us to setup the technical side of things!
- Requires no special equipment to setup
- Captures the "feel" of a product beyond traditional product photos
- Compatible with desktop and mobile browsers
Want to integrate 360-degree product views into your own website? It's easy and cost-effective to showcase your products in this unique way. Contact us!