Pano is a simple (yet complex) and impressive application that allows you to take pictures and stitch them together on your iPhone.
Holding the iPhone in a horizontal position you can take up to 4 pictures, then stitch them together as one photo.
When taking the 2nd through the 4th, the right side of the screen shows a transparency of the previous photo to help you line up the photo.
I was very surprised at the blending and exposure control in the program.
The panoramas are then automatically saved in the photo roll.
Here are a few panoramas I took yesterday.
The main problem I ran into was that after saving the first panorama, I had to exit then re-enter the application in order to take another panorama. Other than that, I really enjoyed running around taking panoramas.
-Very easy to operate & create panoramas
-Great blending & exposure control
-Inconvenient to create a new panorama right after the last one was saved.
Just as a reference I have been stitching panoramas together for some time now, including some that are Giga pixels in size (yeah, thatís a lot of Mega pixels.)
To see one of the panoramas that I have created, click here. The image is fairly large...you've been warned :D
You can also see more panoramas that I have taken with the application along with more screenshots here.