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Iceland

Iceland 2013 – The International Panoramic Photography Conference

The IVRPA (International VR Photography Association) is a voluntary run, non-profit, international association of several hundred professionals world-wide who create and produce interactive, immersive images. Our members include professional photographers, multimedia and web developers, artists, enthusiasts, students, and companies and individuals that support our technology with software and hardware.

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Subida: 12/06/2013
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