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With Dermandar anyone with a regular digital camera may produce impressive 360 fullscreen interactive pictures in no time. No digital photography wizardry, nothing to download or install, just focus on the environment you would like to capture. Once you have taken enough pictures (you can take partial panoramas, or turn all the way around), just open the online tool (no registration required), and your panorama will be ready in less then 5 seconds. You will be able to navigate from left to right, up and down, zoom in and out, and if you are satisfied with the result, uploading your picture on the server will let you geotag it, get the code to embed it in your blog, or only get the url to send it by mail or tweet it.
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