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Chute Libre à Péronne
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Ce panorama a été réalisé en partenariat entre www.en-3d.com et www.parachute-peronne.fr dans le ciel du centre de parachutisme de Péronne. Il s'agit d'une première mondiale ! Réalisé lors d'une série de sauts test avec les moyens aéronautiques de parachute.fr sous la direction artistique et technique d' Arnaud Chapin (approx 1200 sauts. directeur de www.visite-virtuelle-en-3d.com ). Les prises de vues en chute libre ont été faites par Emilie Cochet (approx 1500 sauts. Vidéoman de www.parachute-peronne.fr). Les "hommes-oiseaux" sont Alex Lemaire , combinaison rouge, (approx 5000 sauts. Initiateur B4) et Manuel Maïano, combinaison bleue (approx 15000 sauts. Brevet d'Etat Tandem et Progression accompagnée en Chute. Créateur et directeur de WWW.parachute-peronne.fr )

Ces premiers sauts test seront bientôt suivis d'une série d'images en 3d pour vous faire découvrir la chute libre comme si vous y étiez.

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