These stunning 360° panoramas have been carefully selected from the top monthly Editors’ Picks during 2017. We are asking you to rank each panorama on a scale from 1 (lowest) to 5 (highest). We will be awarding CASH PRIZES to three winners as follows: - 1st Place: $360 - 2nd Place: $180 - 3rd Place: … Continue reading VOTE FOR THE 360CITIES PANORAMA OF 2017
Since August 5th, 2012, the Curiosity Rover has been roving the Red Planet, capturing many photos that 360Cities contributor Andrew Bodrov has used to create a series of fully-immersive 360º images. Let’s follow Curiosity’s travels on the surface of Mars since it went into action: NASA’s MSL Curiosity mission Source Images: NASA/JPL-CaltechWith its rover named … Continue reading Happy 5th Anniversary, Curiosity
Thomas K Sharpless is well known in the panoramic world as one of the true pioneers of panoramic and VR photography. Thomas has an extensive background in computer programming and he has contributed a number of techniques and ideas to the panoramic photography community, most notably the “Panini” projection. Thomas has been a stereoscopic panoramas … Continue reading A Stereoscopic Evangelist: An Interview With Thomas K Sharpless
On April 12, 1961, at 09:07 Moscow time, a rocket with the Vostok spacecraft-satellite flown by pilot-cosmonaut Yuri Alexeyevich Gagarin was launched from the Cosmodrome near the Baikonur station. The Vostok 1 spacecraft-satellite descent vehicle has been kept in the Museum hall of NPO Energia ever since, which is named after Academician S.P. Korolev. … Continue reading 55th anniversary of the Launch of the First Human into Orbit
The refugee crisis has been one of the most discussed events in recent times and it has been getting a lot of media attention as well. The crisis was also one of the most searched topics on Google in 2015. Thousands of Syrian families fled the war and violence and headed to Europe in hope … Continue reading Refugee Crisis in Panoramas
Jeffrey Martin, founder of 360cities.net, has created the biggest 360º interactive image of New York. He took 2,000 individual images from the top of the Empire State Building over two days and then stitched them together into a 360º panoramic image, which is 203,200 pixels wide and 101,600 pixels high. Some of the most interesting architecture … Continue reading New 20 Gigapixel Panorama of New York City!
Hello everyone! We’re at the beginning of what can become an amazing week, so why not make it even better with a couple of wonderful panoramic photos? Here’s the best of what our 360Cities community photographers uploaded last week: The Old Man Of Hoy by David Rowley (click the picture to open the pano) … Continue reading Editors’ picks of the week