This is the second part of the series.Part 1 Stay tuned for parts 3 to 6. These images are 360-degree spherical panoramas. Click on them to view interactive versions and to view author credits.
I like to think that my descendents will live for thousands of years after I'm gone. But what if that doesn't happen? Maybe humans will live on, but they'll leave this planet behind. What will things look like? Special thanks espcially to Vasily Kumaev & Andrew Mishin, who have been documenting a huge number of … Continue reading Planet Earth after Mankind: 96 Abandoned Places (Part 1 of 6)
These images are 360-degree sphere photos. Click on them to view them interactively (then, if you want, scroll down in each image page to find their description and place where they were taken). Click the images to open interactive versions. Photos by Jook Leung, Peter Peherstorfer, Rami Saarikorpi, AIKAWA hiroaki, johnchoy ( 蔡旭威 ), Stefan Geens, Jeffrey Martin, rosspisvena, Gregory Panayotou, Ergec Senturk, Valentin Arfire, Atila Bezdan, Frank … Continue reading Eating Habits: 360-Degree Virtual Dinner Invitations
The doctor of the future will give no medication, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, diet and in the cause and prevention of disease. Thomas A Edison We are living in a world today where lemonade is made from artificial flavors and furniture polish is made from real lemons. … Continue reading 23 Fresh Food Markets of The World
These images are 360-degree spherical panoramas uploaded to 360 Cities by various artists. Click on them to start a fullscreen experience, read more about each image and the authors. Careful: The last image is not safe for work. Do not scroll down. You've been warned 🙂 And here's the promised not safe for work image … Continue reading 10 London Eye Virtual Tours (Including One Not Safe For Work)
These images are 360-degree spherical panoramas. Click on them to start a fullscreen experience. Panoramic photos by Stephan Messner.
These images are 360-degree spherical panoramas. Click on them to start the fullscreen viewing experience.