360 Degree Photography

Discussion in 'All Things Boats & Boating' started by Bamby, Jan 21, 2010.

  1. Bamby
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    Bamby Junior Member

    This is unbelievable photography especially viewed with this sophisticated 360 degree technology.

    Look all the way up and all the way down .
    Use your mouse to move around and it you use your imagination you can almost feel as if your courser as a bird and you're flying through the picture. It'll take a bit to load lot of bits involved but I found it fascinating myself.

    Picture#1 http://www.utah3d.net/SulpherCreek_swf.html

    Picture#2 http://www.utah3d.net/DoubleArch1_swf.html

    Picture#3 http://www.utah3d.net/PaysonC_swf.html

    Picture#4 http://www.utah3d.net/NightArches_swf.html

    Hope some of you also enjoy them.
     
  2. hoytedow
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    Simply amazing!
     
  3. apex1

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    Very nice, thanks.
     
  4. souljour2000
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    that was refreshing...almost like being back out west..for real...just need smells and sounds now...
     
  5. Itchy&Scratchy
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    Thanks Bamby, is there a site that one can see more of these?
     
  6. Bamby
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    I received the ones previously posted via email from an acquaintance of mine. Since you asked I looked up parent site they came from and checked out the Church one. It sure is awesome format and photography work ain't it you can view the photographer's main site here. http://www.utah3d.net/
     
  7. capt vimes
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  8. Itchy&Scratchy
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    Itchy&Scratchy Senior Member

    Thanks guys for the links.
    Interesting to see inside Earthrace, apart from the recent incident, which I dont want to get in to, I think its been covered enough in the other thread.

    Thats a pretty purpose built looking boat. Im now going to scout around and see if I can see how she was built, who built her etc. and Id like to know a bit about her performance- when she was alive that is.

    thanks
    Itchy
     
  9. Dr Kung Pao
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    awesome! wow.
     

  10. capt vimes
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    well - http://www.earthrace.net/index.php?section=18
    designer and builder are mentioned on that page...

    but you know that earthrace was premareraly build to break the round-the-world-record for motoryachts - don't you?
    well - anyhow - she did so in 2008...
    hence the "purpose built looking"... ;)
     
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