a d +------\---------+ ^ | \ | | | x | 56mm +---------\------+ v c b <---- 115mm ---->
To cut up the side pieces;
– cut up a piece of board so that is 115x56mm,
– then make a mark 38mm from the left edge at a) and from the right edge at b)
– cut along the shown line.
– make marks at 38 mm once again, at c) and d)
– measure 46mm from a) against b), to get x),
– cut from x) to c)
– lay the pieces on top of each other so that c) and d) are at the same place
– cut at d) along the edge that differs.
… these form the side pieces.
The remaining pieces are rectangular:
2pcs 122×32 mm, with a centered hole on both – these are to hold the pinhole.
1pcs each that are 42, 46 and 56 mm – and 122mm wide. Ooops one more that is 42! (top&bottom)
53mm wide pieces, 2pcs each of 20, 21 and 29.
One more piece 53mm high, that is 75mm long and has a centered rectangular hole of 65x24mm – to allow the film to see light through.
The pieces [mm]
Side pieces as described above… 115×56 together.
122×32 (centered hole), 122×32 (centered hole), 122×42, 122×46, 122×56
53×20, 53×20, 53×21, 53×21, 53×29, 53×29, 53×75 (65x24mm centered hole).
One piece of aluminium foil, to cover the hole in the first to pieces (mounted between them), to allow making the pinhole.
Add: Glue, tape, shutter!, film, cartridges, filmforwarding…
Edit: 2011-06-12 @ 17:20 for a summary of the pieces.
Edit: 2011-06-13 @ 20:18 missing one piece.
1. Most importantly: Make sure you understand what the NPP (No Parallax Point) is about.
2010-12-11: http://reallyrightstuff.com/WebsiteInfo.aspx?fc=108 might help.
More help; http://dgrin.smugmug.com/gallery/2114189
2. Go out and take some photographs
3. Use the software you got and stitch the photos
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panoramic_tripod_head – may be a help.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Photo_stitching_software – a choice of software.
http://wiki.panotools.org/ – free software
http://panospace.wordpress.com/2008/08/03/hugin-102/ – free software
More technical information
http://doug.kerr.home.att.net/pumpkin/Pivot_Point.pdf – contains a set of images that might help understand the issue of NPP, Panorama Pivot Point or whatever you might wish to call it.
http://www.janrik.net/PanoPostings/NoParallaxPoint/TheoryOfTheNoParallaxPoint.pdf – more NPP info.