Located in Feasterville, Pennsylvania, Kaidan along with iMove developed the QuickPan Spherical Tripod Head, an integral part of the iMove Photo Suite. The tripod head is used in conjunction with iMove photographic seaming software to create spherical panoramas from film and digital photographs.
Founded in 1986 as a technology consulting firm, Kaidan specializes in digital imaging technology, engineering and manufacturing products for digital cameras and photographic VR technologies.
iMove has developed software tools that complement Autodesks modeling applications. The iMove Computer Graphics Suite lets you create interactive panoramas, panoramic walk-throughs, and Interactive Objects from computer-generated models created in 3D Studio MAX from Autodesk.
Autodesk is the world's leading supplier of PC design software and digital content creation. The company's 2D and 3D products are used by four million customers in over 150 countries for architectural and mechanical design, mapping, civil engineering, surveying, film and video production, video game development and Web content development.
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In 1997, iMove teamed with Adobe to incorporate their photo stitching capabilities into Adobe PhotoDeluxe Home and Business Editions. This innovative plug-in allowed users to create and view partial and full panoramas using as few as three photographs. An upgrade allows users to stitch an unlimited number of images.
Most recently, iMove incorporated into their Spherical Video System a version of Adobe Premiere, an industry-standard nonlinear editing software.
Founded in 1982, Adobe Systems Incorporated is a leading provider of graphic design, publishing and imaging software for Web and print production, and the fourth largest U.S.-based personal software company in the world with annual revenues approaching $1 billion.