I had my GhettoPro 360, but the footage that came out of it when I was biking was, simply put, unusable. It was simply too unsteady. I suppose it's because the lenses on the Theta SC sits on the end of a cantilevered arm, so any vibration of the helmet causes the camera to swing wildly.
Since I'm too cheap to buy a GoPro 360 with stabilization software - after all, I don't actually do much with my 360 camera - I decided to write my own 360 stabilizer.
2. Downloads and Source
The same warning as above - but with the added caveat that this I developed all this on Windows, so this is even more experimental.
3. New Features
Stabilization of 360 footage.
OpenMP on OSX.
Many of the plugins now uses a cached displacement map for transformations to avoid recalculating them for every frame.