360° panorama by Arnaud Chapin.
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Ce panorama a été réalisé en partenariat entre www.en-3d.com et www.parachute-peronne.fr dans le ciel du centre de parachutisme de Péronne. Il s'agit d'une première mondiale ! Réalisé lors d'une série de sauts test avec les moyens aéronautiques de parachute.fr sous la direction artistique et technique d' Arnaud Chapin (approx 1200 sauts. directeur de www.visite-virtuelle-en-3d.com ). Les prises de vues en chute libre ont été faites par Emilie Cochet (approx 1500 sauts. Vidéoman de www.parachute-peronne.fr). Les "hommes-oiseaux" sont Alex Lemaire , combinaison rouge, (approx 5000 sauts. Initiateur B4) et Manuel Maïano, combinaison bleue (approx 15000 sauts. Brevet d'Etat Tandem et Progression accompagnée en Chute. Créateur et directeur de WWW.parachute-peronne.fr ) Ces premiers sauts test seront bientôt suivis d'une série d'images en 3d pour vous faire découvrir la chute libre comme si vous y étiez.
360° panorama by Carsten Arenz.
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This is "The Greetings to the Sun" during the night, an installation on the promenade of Zadar that during daytime stores solar energy to illuminate a huge (22 meters in diameter) round set of LED´s during the night. It accomplishes the "Sea Organ" that uses the waves of the sea to produce "natural harmonic sound". The combination of the two is a remarkable experience in the dark. The installation was also created by the architect Nikola Basic that created the Sea Organ in 2005.
360° panorama by Rolf Ris.
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360° panorama by You Changyeol.
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양곤에 위치한 쉐다곤 파고다의 야경입니다...
360° panorama by Aleksandr Kuznetsov.
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360° panorama by Maxim Usachev.
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360° panorama by Vil Muhametshin.
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The narrow land strip in the middle of the Daugava River becomes one of the most popular recreational areas in the summer - various events take place on the AB Jetty, there are many cafes and art galleries, or people can simply take a walk there to see the beautiful panorama of Riga afforded from the jetty. AB Jetty was built at the turn of the 19th century to strengthen the left bank of the river; at one time, even ships used to moor there. The jetty was destroyed during World War II, it was rebuilt in the 1950s. Nowadays AB Jetty is one of Riga's most popular places for a walk as it offers beautiful views of the city - the towers of the Old Town, the dazzling Sun Stone, the industrial section of the Daugava. Locals also use the jetty as a perfect place for angling. Every summer a number of cafes and galleries open at the jetty; it is also the place where Riga fireworks are fired from. (text from Live Riga website - http://www.liveriga.com/en/4226-ab-jetty)_____________Aerial panorama from AEROTURE.LV made by OCEAN.LV Find more aerial tours of Latvia at Virtual Latvia project - http://virtuallatvia.lv
360° panorama by Jaime Brotons.
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360° panorama by Fritz Hanke.
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This is the Federal Palace of Switzerland and the Bundesplatz with its surrounding buildings.See also  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Palace_of_Switzerland
360° panorama by Fritz Hanke.
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We visited Appenzell on a nice and sunny day in autumn.Here a panorama from the Hauptgasse/Main Alley of Appenzell.See also  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Appenzell_(town)