Nomad Contributor: Andrew Bodrov

Andrew lives in Tallinn, Estonia and has been professionally engaged in panoramic photography since 2000. He has traveled around the world shooting amazing panoramas, but he is especially well-known for the panoramas he’s created using images taken from the Curiosity Rover on Mars. Check out some of his masterpieces below and, of course, enjoy Andrew … Continue reading Nomad Contributor: Andrew Bodrov

Licensing and Royalties

It's hard to believe that 360Cities has been serving 360° panorama and video creators around the world for 14 years and counting. During this time we've seen countless publishing platforms and similar initiatives come and go, leaving creators disillusioned and hesitant about investing their time in publishing their content to third party services. How has 360Cities … Continue reading Licensing and Royalties

Making Panoramas in Tight Spaces 

A blog post written by 360Cities Maestro contributor John Wood. Click on the panorama thumbnail to enjoy them interactively.   Panorama photographers know that unless the scene is distant, the camera must be mounted on a tripod and the lens rotated about the no-parallax point to produce a good panorama.  This is particularly important if … Continue reading Making Panoramas in Tight Spaces 

Star Trek: Aboard The Enterprise

Join us on a VR voyage where no one has gone before aboard Star Trek’s Starship Enterprise. Live long and prosper.🖖   Enterprise Bridge by - Bryan Groulx USS Enterprise - Bridge Ops by - Bryan Groulx Borg Regeneration Chamber by - Bryan Groulx Star Trek The Experience Lobby by - … Continue reading Star Trek: Aboard The Enterprise

Pripyat After The Chernobyl Disaster

The Chernobyl disaster is on many people’s lips these days as a result of the popular television miniseries. These 360º images of Pripyat reflect how the area looks right now. Explore Pripyat After The Chernobyl Disaster on your computer, tablet, phone, or with your VR headset and create your own story.   Basen I, Chernobyl … Continue reading Pripyat After The Chernobyl Disaster

Interesting articles about VR – week #41

PALMER LUCKEY IS JUST GETTING STARTED PETER THIEL SOMETIMES seems bored by mainstream tech. “You have as much computing power in your iPhone as was available at the time of the Apollo missions,” he said during a debate in 2013. “But what is it being used for? It’s being used to throw angry birds at … Continue reading Interesting articles about VR – week #41

NEW: Video Badges

We’re pleased with the quality of the 360º videos that are being uploaded to us and are thrilled to be able to conclude that great panorama photographers create great 360º videos too! In order to recognize exceptional video creators, we’ve just launched a new Video Badge that we’ll be rewarding those contributors who create consistently … Continue reading NEW: Video Badges

Interesting articles about VR – week #40

Palmer Luckey: Facebook Buying Oculus ‘The Best Thing That’s Ever Happened To VR’ Despite parting ways with the company in 2017, Oculus Rift inventor Palmer Luckey still insists that Facebook buying Oculus was “the best thing that’s ever happened to the VR industry.” Hands-on: StarVR One is the Most Complete Ultra-wide VR Headset to Date … Continue reading Interesting articles about VR – week #40