We are happy to start this month by featuring an impressive virtual tour built by Lauri Veerde for Tallinn University in Estonia.
Getty Images has been publishing Year in Focus for iBooks every year since 2011. The book tells a tale of the world for the past 365 days with images and videos. For the past few years, they’ve also included 360º panoramas created with the Pano2VR iBook widget.
We’d like to highlight the projects created by Aerial Sphere. These guys are taking high altitude panoramas the old fashioned way…with helicopters.
Check out the tours and panoramas from tokyomagic!
Today, we would like to highlight a project that crossed our screens months ago and that would be the work done by Studio PLAAT based in Amsterdam. Studio PLAAT has done a lot of wonderful projects in the past, but this one in particular caught our eyes.
Today, I’d like to share Ivan Tsyrkunovich’s project that features a dance club (or discotheque, depending what part of the world you come from). If Google Translate tells me true, the Club is called Database and is located in Grondo, Belarus.
It’s time for another Pano2VR in the Wild! This one hails from Latvia! The interactive digital agency, BRIGHT, builds beautiful tours for a number of varying clients. What I enjoy most about their tours are their clean and well designed skins. I’d like to share some of them.
Perhaps it goes without saying, but Object2VR is great software for product photography and Photospherix has wonderful examples of this.
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