It is a software design to view panoramic photos (for example generated by Hugin). It is based on Photo Sphere Viewer, a web viewer (for lack of anything better). As a result, it is quite resource-intensive, especially on large images.
It's just a little script that launches a web page with Photo Sphere Viewer inside, which is enough for my use. There will probably be no improvement on my part except for updates of the libraries used.
It allows you to read panorama photos in jpeg format of type equirectangular. It is not necessary for the image to be 360° complete.
For simplicity, the software allows you to be the default viewer for.pjpg extensions.
A portable version is available that you can check with its sha512 checksum or its GPG signature.
Otherwise an installer is available that you can check with its sha512 checksum or GPG signature.
The tool is written in python with an HTML interface so it is completely portable. It just requires a python interpreter and the PyQt5 library.
It is available here that you can check with its sha512 checksum or its GPG signature.
To install it, download the version from the git repository and use the
The software is also available under AUR.
The source code is available on my git repository under MIT license.