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Amazing Photos - So Easy - So Cheap - With your favourite iPhone!

Look at these great 360 panoramas made with an iPhone.

Hill inlet lookout, Whitehaven Beach, Whitsunday Island in Australia

More Panos:
Whisper Bay Penthouse  Hamilton Island Yacht Club Villa  Campsite Whitehaven Beach  Steigenberger Kurhaus Hotel  Valla Beach NSW

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iClyck Consumer
AU$ 99.00

This is ideal for the iPhone photo enthusiast. The package includes the our unique tripod mount for iPhone 4 or 5 along with access to our collection of instruction videos.

Delivery: 2 weeks

iClyck Business *
AU$ 650.00

This package includes our unique iClyck tripod mount, instruction videos and other information on how to apply iClyck commercially for Real Estate, a photography business, or other business application. You will receive tutorials on location, capture, lighting, publishing, correcting errors, sales technique, tripods and more.

We will also set up and pay for your 360cities.net Pro account (Value EU 180)

You will also receive one years support for your iClyck skills development.

Delivery: 2 weeks


Training Videos
360 Photography
Have one of the team come and create unique photos
360 Panorama Virtual Tour
AU$ 180.00

Capture and publishing of a 360 panorama and publishing to 360cities.net

5 x 360 Panorama Virtual Tours
AU$ 770.00

Capture and publishing of a 360 panorama and publishing to 360cities.net
  - extra photos $154

10 x 360 Panorama Virtual Tours
AU$ 1,100.00

Capture and publishing of ten 360 panoramas and publishing to 360cities.net
- Additional photos $110

Information video

Combine your iPhone 4s or iPhone 5, Microsoft Photosynth free app and iClyck tripod mount to make perfect 360 panoramas for fun or profit.

The Problem is...
If you use Photosynth with out a mount your panorama can not be perfect. The problem is holding your iPhone perfectly still while taking the 25+ photos you need to make a pano. If you don't, you will get "parallax errors" which will appear ugly in the stitched panorama.

The Solution is...
Use our iClyck tripod mount to position your iPhone camera lens perfectly as you take the photos to make the panorama.

  Its easy - A child can use the app, its that simple
  Its light - An iPhone, a tripod, an iClyck. Its to light
  Its fun - Your friends and people watching will be amazed
  Its efficient - Make a panorama in 5 minutes

What will you use your iClyck?
The range of uses for iClyck is an expanding list:

Holiday photos will never be the same – Capture those amazing places like never before

Special occasions – Capture that wedding or birthday as capturing the moment

Fun with the kids – Your kids will love posing in photos, appearing 3,4,5 or more times

Commercial applications – Real estate, cafes, bars, restaurants, boats. The list is endless.

What else do you need?

iClyck iPhone tripod mount is exclusively for use with iPhone 4, 4s and 5. Any tripod with a standard centre located screw mount and pan action. Any of a range of panorama apps available for iPhone. Microsoft PhotoSynth, Autostitch are a couple of my favourites. Publishing business photos to 360cities.net requires a Pro account.

How do you get one?
You can only order iClyck online through this web site for fast delivery anywhere in the world for AU$ 15. Order yours now.

The Technical Detail and Manufacturing
We have settled on 15mm Acyrlic for iClyck. Light, strong and smart looking, iClyck looks great, transports easily and works great. The unit comes with two screw mount positions so you can take precision panoramas AND mount up for landscape photos and video shooting.

iPhone Tripod Panorama Photography History
Panorama photography has a history more than 100 years old, but its been the advent of digital cameras and stitching software that made it a relatively simple process to anyone that had the time and equipment. Popularised by Google Streetview, we now regularly "walk through" streets of the world checking out places to stay, bars and cafes. Real estate, hotels and bars have gone to the expense of creating panorama photos to showcase their product. They engage photographic professionals with SLR cameras, sophisticated hardware and software to take the time and expense to create the panoramics. Since iPhone, the number of panoramic apps, including Microsoft Photosynth for making spherical and cylinder panoramas. Its only with iClyck that you can make panoramas with precision.

About Me.

"I want to help people share beautiful moments of their life like they have never been able to before." John Nayler - Inventor of iClyck

Internet Consultant, sailor and traveller describes John best. Career IT professional, John has been involved in solving technology mysteries for over 20 years. Based in Airlie Beach, Australia, John's community and innovation credentials are first rate. Recipient of community and innovation awards for his ChannelWhitsunday.com project, where professional online video production promoted the Whitsundays tourist destination for 5 years. Now focused on the immersive experience of 360 degree panoramas, his revelation and business interest is now focused on sharing the benefits and opportunities available through this medium.
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Loading iClyck Photosynth panos and panorama photos onto Google street view and Google maps
11:32am, Mon 14 Apr 2014
First why?
The latest version of Google Maps (2014) has gone full page. Part the great new interface an overlay that pops from the bottom showing photo assets that have been contributed from various resources. These include "Photo Spheres" which people can now simply capture and upload from there Andriod phone.

Having a large inventory of quality panos made with iPhone, iClyck and Photosynth I would like to contribute and expose this content onto Google Maps. The present showcase for my 360 panoramas collection is an expensive pro account on the sometimes clunky 360cities.net.

Can you contribute panos and panoramas made elsewhere to Google Maps
YES. Google supply a means for pros and people without Photo Sphere/ Andriod phones

Here is the outline of the procedure
- Convert the Photosynth image / generic Panos using Google's meta data tool.
- Upload your pano to an album on your Google +.account
- Introduce your Google uploaded pano to Google Views and wait for approval

Now each step in detail

Before you begin you need:
- A pano image on your computer
- A Google plus account
- Go to the settings for it and tick "upload full size images"

1. Convert
Click Here and use the upload button to select the pano image from your computer. Using chrome you can see a progress indicator in the corner showing that the file is being loaded.

The next page will show the image in preview

There are then a couple of inputs and the only one that requires change / thought is the north orientation.

For this you have to look at the centre of image and guess the compass bearing. I look.

North 0
North East 45
East 90
South East 135
South 180
South West 225
West 270
North West 315

There is also a Google map placement. IPhone combined with Photosynth should collect and insert an accurate gps fix in the image... And the converter should pick it up. Zoom in on the Google map to check and adjust for perfection. (You will also find it good to zoom in and use the map to help orient North)

The other parameters should not require adjusting.

Click to proceed to the next step.

The following page will make the converted image available. Download to a sensible place on your computer. Note: the preview does not work for me.

Loading to your Google+ album
Find your way to your Google albums is at this page at the time of writing.

Use the upload / drag drop to upload the converted image. During upload I was able to name a new album "Panos" or similar.

Almost done.

The completed uploads should be properly titled for later.

You can also check the album. The images should have been automatically sensed as panos and viewable as a pano right now.

Introducing your pano to Google views.
This will be your home for Google views to start of Google views and supplying panos to Google maps.  

On this page you should find you are already logged into your Google+ account. At the top left corner is a camera icon with a plus.

When you click this a page will appear with your Albums from Google+.

Select the images you would like to make available on Google views and publish. Its certainly the easiest step.

Now the images will be queued for acceptance and should shortly become available on Google views, and then very quickly onto Google Maps as a shared images resource available to the world.

I also go though and add additional text descriptions against my panos to promote the client business or my own iClyck.com system.

Once accepted, an email will be sent to your confirming it. You can then also return to your Google views home page to view the panos. There is also a personal url available which you can share with friends and customers. There are tools to track views and connect panos together as a tour.

Important for a number of clients is the ability to embed the images into client and my own web sites. This is super simple with your panos loaded on Google maps. Google have thought this through and come up with a pretty good outlet for panorama assets.

Overall the process is a bit tedious, but "batching" the existing images has provided reasonable pace for upload with the benefit and enormous outlet of the recognition on Google Maps. Give it a go.

Panos on Google Maps
Panos on Google Maps

 25 May 2013 Gen 5 iClyck in stock
 25 Feb 2013 Bungunyah Manor, Mount Tambourine
 25 Feb 2013 Witches Falls crossing
 25 Feb 2013 Witches Falls outlook
 25 Feb 2013 Curtis Falls Loop Track
 25 Feb 2013 Curtis Falls, Mount Tambourine
 25 Feb 2013 Curtis Falls Walk, Mount Tambourine
 14 Feb 2013 Scheveningen grand hotel
 19 Dec 2012 iClyck training videos now online
 18 Dec 2012 Brisbane Christmas Lights
 04 Dec 2012 P Block, the new learning place at Queensland University of Technology
 02 Dec 2012 Cape Byron, New South Wales
 02 Dec 2012 Girraween National Park in the Granite Belt
 29 Nov 2012 Stoney creek swimming hole, Woodford. Queensland
 29 Nov 2012 Allora sunset Queensland
 29 Nov 2012 Gerrard lookout, Montville, Queensland
 13 Nov 2012 Club Coco, Stockyard Point
 13 Nov 2012 Road to Byfield
 03 Nov 2012 Noosa Marina
 02 Nov 2012 iClycked at Dos Amigos Brisbane
 31 Oct 2012 Iclyck Brisbane city skyline at night
 29 Oct 2012 Apple Store Carindale
 24 Oct 2012 Bytes Dental, Ballina
 04 Oct 2012 12 x 360 = Airlie Beach Hotel
 04 May 2012 iClyck is born

Training Videos
 19 Dec 2012 01. Introduction and care
 20 Dec 2012 02. Tripod selection and mount up
 21 Dec 2012 03. Installing Photosynth and your first 360
 22 Dec 2012 04. Camera positioning and photos indoors
 05 Jan 2013 05. Shooting 360 panoramas outdoors
 14 Jan 2013 06. Setting up your 360cities.net account
 15 Jan 2013 07. Copy 360 photos from your iPhone to computer and upload
 19 Jan 2013 08. Editing the pano's details on 360cities.net

Just some buy feedback that is being delivered.
"Thanks John, I am taking the most fantastic pictures now. So happy I got one" - Delphine, Maui

"The virtual tour panoramas have made my real estate listings easier to sell." - Charmaine, Airlie Beach

"Really pleased how virtual tours showcase our hotel." - Airlie Beach Hotel

"We think that we have the most interesting dental surgery reception in the universe, so thanks for the 360 virtual tour John! It looks great!"
- Kim Davies, Bytes Dental Ballina

"Wow, that is the coolest thing I have ever seen for iPhone. I hope someone buys me one for Christmas!" - Sophie, Brisbane

"I take all my holiday snaps with iPhone now. My little pocket camera is in a cupboard somewhere... and now iClyck and Photosynth allow me to capture the most amazing memories anywhere. Even with a small tripod, its still lighter than the guys carrying SLRs... and my photos are 360 times better!" - Malcolm, Sydney

View more samples of the photography, all made with the iPhone 4s. - For them to look even better, check out these links on your iPhone or iPad. Wait for the image to load and then move your iPad/iPhone around to see what happens.


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