Archive for January, 2012

360° panorama by Jaime Brotons.
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360° panorama by Marek Kocjan.
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360° panorama by claudio-agostini.
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The Pyramids of Segonzano are large structures, made by erosion, usually shaped as thin truncated cones covered by a big protection rock. This rock has a paramount importance in the formation and preservation of the pyramids, because it defends from the rain the sediments under it.This picture was shot in the panoramic point of the second group of pyramids.
360° panorama by Arroz Marisco.
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Further along the narrow trail that meanders through the beech forest, the rapidly flowing Rio Francés hums alongside with sparkling turquoise colour under the gentle morning sun until this huge expanse of cloud comes and engulfs the glorious sunshine.
360° panorama by Arroz Marisco.
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Further along the narrow trail that meanders through the beech forest, the rapidly flowing Rio Francés hums alongside with sparkling turquoise colour under the gentle morning sun until this huge expanse of cloud comes and engulfs the glorious sunshine.
360° panorama by 360 South Africa Virtual Tour Photography.
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The view from the top of the Amphiteature is simply breathtaking. The sheer cliff face is over 1200 meters high! The Amphitheatre is 5km wide.The valley below is the Royal Natal National Park.
360° panorama by VirtualCrimea.
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360° panorama by damiano pietrobono.
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Passo della Manina. Da sinisra il pizzo del Diavolo di Tenda, lo Scais, il Pizzo di Coca, il Redorta, il pizzo del Diavolo di Malgina, a destra della cresta la Presolana

Marcelo Botta has sent us a video of him controlling 360Cities using his Microsoft Kinect via a piece of C# code he’s written. This is purely amazing! If you are interested in hearing more about achievement and to discuss further developments, you can gather around the forum post where Marcelo first published his youtube link.

360° panorama by Wilfredo Amaya.
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