WHL Consulting and 360 Cities Collaborate on Bringing Panoramic Photography to Local Enterprises Around The World Via a Tourism-Development Program Project:Exposure

We're pleased to officially announce an exciting partnership with WHL Consulting. Project:Exposure serves to promote local businesses and hence support sustainable tourism, which is something that we take quite seriously at 360 Cities. The details of Project:Exposure are explained in the press releases below - please note that this press release is not boring (I'm … Continue reading WHL Consulting and 360 Cities Collaborate on Bringing Panoramic Photography to Local Enterprises Around The World Via a Tourism-Development Program Project:Exposure

Earthquake Panoramas from Chile

The earthquake hit central Chile on February 27 2010 with an intensity of 8.8 Richter scale. As a result, the city was left partially paralyzed. In this panorama you can see a collapsed section of a highway Vespucio Norte, rendering the highway useless. Luckily, despite several destroyed vehicles, nobody was killed at this place. http://www.360cities.net/javascripts/krpano/krpano.swfContinue reading Earthquake Panoramas from Chile

Your Panoramic Photography Questions Answered

Panoverflow.com is a website we launched recently dedicated to answering questions about panoramic photography. It's now getting more useful - new questions and answers are added every day. You get points for being helpful, or for asking good questions - it's a nice way to show you're an expert - and it's a great place for beginners to ask questions. … Continue reading Your Panoramic Photography Questions Answered

Panoramas of classic power-plant control rooms

Boingboing published two 360 Cities panoramas of power-plant control rooms. From the article: Jeffrey sez, "I've got two fantastic power plants to show you, in 360 spherical photography. First let's travel back to the 1950's or so. Photographed by our member Noel Jenkins, he says, "The control room of the substation at Lea Marston, Warwickshire, is … Continue reading Panoramas of classic power-plant control rooms

Guest Post: Unique Panoramic Photo of the Rare and Endangered Cagou Bird in Its Natural Habitat in New Caledonia

We've received a very interesting letter from Richard Chesher, one of the most dedicated 360cities.net members. It's a story about his journey to take a photo of the rare and endangered Cagou, Rhynochetos jubatus, in it's natural habitat. We've asked him if we could share the breathtaking story also with you, our readers, and he … Continue reading Guest Post: Unique Panoramic Photo of the Rare and Endangered Cagou Bird in Its Natural Habitat in New Caledonia

Embed Thousands of High-Resolution Panoramas in Your Blog

Did you know it is possible to embed thousands of high-resolution panoramic 360 photos, directly on your own website or blog? If you have ever put a Youtube clip into a blog, then you know how to publish an interactive panorama in your blog. Make your website beautiful with more than free photography - immersive … Continue reading Embed Thousands of High-Resolution Panoramas in Your Blog

The Most Fascinating Nature Panoramas in Our Competition So Far

This is a thank you to all AWESOME people who upload the wonderful panoramas of NATURE to 360 Cities! Now this is just a tip of an iceberg. There are new submissions every hour, which is obviously too much for this blog. Therefore we decided to share with you what seem to be the most … Continue reading The Most Fascinating Nature Panoramas in Our Competition So Far