360° panorama by Marcio Cabral. Click the image to open the interactive version. Text by the author, Marcio Cabral: This is the world's first underwater spherical image taken in a cave with fresh water, 25m depth. Lagoa Misteriosa, which translates as “Mysterious Lagoon”, is a lake at the bottom of a sinkhole, a type of geological … Continue reading Brazil: Mysterious Lagoon
360° panorama by SPECIFIC SYSTEMS.Click the image to open the interactive version. Vue aérienne de la Place Carré du Louvre, Paris, à 100m d'altitude en 360° VR.Photos: Lionel TISSOT-BEZ et Pascal PLUCHON Par Specific Systems, Créateur e...
What will the views be like from the Observation Floor of the emerging World Trade Center's Tower One? This dizzying virtual tour (click the image above) shows what visitors to the new WTC Tower 1 would see when its is complete in 2011. These stitched panoramas were shot in June of 2005 as part of … Continue reading Virtual Visit of The Emerging World Trade Center’s Tower One
This is Part 4 of the 360° underwater panorama tutorial series by Richard Chesher. Read Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3. The last installment will be published next Friday, so watch this blog! Keeping the camera stable relative to the sphere center Just as on land you need to rotate the camera around the … Continue reading Underwater 360° Panorama Photography Tutorial: Part 4 – Keeping the camera stable relative to the sphere center
This is a guest post by Mark Fink. 360° panoramas in this article were created by the author. The images in this article are interactive 360° panoramas (VR - virtual reality images). Click to open. Without sounding too wistful, it really was a warm summer day back on June 17th of 2000. I had traveled … Continue reading World Trade Center: 360-degree panorama just before 9/11
Who is Karl? Karl is a photographer with 360Cities. He once said: "I didn't know I could earn money from the ads that are shown on my panoramas!" Karl then upgraded to a PRO account. Then he said: "Nice income! I wish I had known this earlier!" Don’t make the same mistake that Karl did! Become … Continue reading How To Make Money With 360° Panoramas – Story About Karl
On August 24th, 2011, a Soyuz rocket with the Progress M-12M spaceship started its journey to the International Space Station. Unfortunately, due to engine failure, it never reached orbit and crashed in Siberia. 360° panorama by Andrew Bodrov. Click the image to open the interactive version.