I have recently purchased a Ricoh Theta SC 360-degree camera and I'd like to use some of the 360-degree photos I've taken to create a virtual tour of our school using Fusion with HTML5 exporter.
I know how to program the rotation effect (à la 5 nights at Freddies) of a flat 360-degree image, but my problem is the curved lines at the edges. I don't know if I am clear in my description. The image taken from the camera is seen through 2 fish-eye lenses and is then stitched together by the camera software to produce one long seamless image. Metadata in the image along with Java scripts on Facebook (or YouTube for 360 videos) adjust the persepective when playing on their platform to straighten out the line when you rotate the angle of viewing, but if I use the image in Fusion and scroll through it at runtime, the walls are rounded when I look at them straight on. I know I need to pass the image through some sort of filter, but I don't know exactly how to do that. I know it could problably be adjusted using the lens object, but I need to run it in HTML5 and that object is not compatible.
If any Fusion expert could point my towards some sort of solution, it would be greatly appreciated
I've included a link to an image that I'd want to use in Fusion for my virtual tour.
360-degree image of music lab : https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/9111205/MusLab1.JPG
Thank you !