I added a few more, still getting use to the proper moving rate which is kind of a Zen thing. The software has the Yin Yang symbols separated and you scroll your I-whatever in a horizontal movement until the two symbols become one and the camera auto shoots. It takes twenty photos and stitches them together.
The say you must "Be the Camera" and keep it in one spot as you rotate, so you rotate you not the camera around you - so think of the cam as fixed on a tripod. Needless to say, I haven't mastered it yet, but it is fun trying.
Here are the ones I have uploaded so far.http://www.dermandar.com/user/beemaster/
I have some "in my home pics" that are literally perfect, but my wife will kick my rearend if I don't straighten up around first. I think it looks very good all the time, see disagrees saying if I'd make it look better for company, then it isn't good enough to put on the web. I can see her point, then again - if friends come to judge my house and not come to see me, they can stay home.
But I understand, God forbid I have a work shirt draped over my dining chair and a some groceries in bags on the floor that haven't made the pantry yet. More to come, tomorrow, Lake Horicon (Lakehurst Lake) and some of the fishing ponds I like to ride out to at lunch if it isn't raining too hard.