Hello, indeed I am completely new to app creation and hopefully despite my lack of knowledge I can get some advice and direction here. Google already have a photosphere viewing app within their Google Cardboard release. There's also an app for the same purpose named Photosphere HD.
I downloaded the original Google camera app from the playstore. There is a photosphere function and it works 100% fine until its going to create and save the photo, when it is almost done the whole camera app crashes. I have the same problem with the panorama function. I think it is the gallery app from Huawei that doesn't support photosphere and panorama pictures.
All of the sudden, I attempted to use Photosphere on my N10 and the 3D grid is doing barrel rolls uncontrollably. I shut down, restarted and the same thing happened. It's as if the gyro or whatever sensor is not working, whatever it is it prevents me from taking a Photosphere.
I have a photosphere that I want to edit but I'm wondering if doing that, when you save the edited image, will it lose the photosphere data/tags inside the image and no longer be seen as a photosphere by the phone? Does anyone know if you can edit it with photoshop?
Ever since the 4.2 Camera was released I have been having a bug with the Photosphere portion. I open the Camera app, select Photosphere, attempt to line up the first shot and the horizon starts to slowly slide down. After I take the first shot the horizon returns to proper location, but the first shot is now completely misaligned with the rest of the shots.
I just flashed the 4.2 camera and gallery on my Ruby, which is running SpeedROM 8.0, and photosphere opens, but the focus dot just drifts around, and it won't let me begin taking a picture with it. Does anyone know if this is something we can't have due to hardware issues, or do we just have to wait for appropriate hacks to be done?