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BOTTLED VR PHOTOGRAPH
Dubai

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30 November 2010.This Interactive Image taken inside juice bottle before office starts at Sheik Zayed Road,

Dubai, UAE.- rosspisvena

BOTTLED VR PHOTOGRAPH

This morning...after my breakfast juice
I stared on empty bottle and remember something...

I remember...one extreme 360° image taken inside coca cola bottle....
Yes! he placed his camera inside the bottle and took multiple shots. cool!

hhmmm...I think...I can do the same....

Image above is my own version of Bottled VR...
'hope you like it....anyways...there's always a room for improvement....cheers.

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Copyright: Rosspisvena
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上传: 30/11/2010
更新: 27/08/2014
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  • Wolfgang Lin 3 months ago
    oh, how can you do that!?
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