YES! Your 360VR camera CAN move. SynthEyes's match-move-based stabilization technique lets you produce footage from moving cameras that won't make your viewers nauseous. And only SynthEyes gives you full native omnidirectional solving.
While regular stereo imagery consists of two regular monocular views, stereo 360VR doesn't have any monocular 360VR views at all... it's different and not as nice.
Geometric Hierarchy (GeoH) Tracking combines geometric or supervised tracking, mesh deformation, and object hierarchy to add powerful new tracking capabilities.
First there was the keyboard. Then there was the mouse. Now there is a revolutionary new kind of interactive interface for computers.... Synthia. If you think it's about voice, you couldn't be more wrong.
SynthEyes offers a variety of license types: seat, cross, floating, and educational.
Pro users can take advantage of SyPy, our API/SDK for controlling SynthEyes via Python code.
With SyPy's unique architecture, you can control SynthEyes from within the Python interpreter of another application!
SynthEyes enables you to do facial and motion capture, using multiple cameras filming the same scene from different vantage points to produce an animated cloud of moving points, one for each tracked feature.
It's possible to create special translation files that change many parts of the SynthEyes user interface to display in a different language.
Exports from SynthEyes to other software packages are developed using a scripting language called Sizzle (See the documentation on the SynthEyes Help menu).
You can create your own new exports, or if there is sufficent interest, we can develop an official supported export.
SynthEyes easily is the best camera match mover and object tracker out there.Matthew Merkovich