We would like to create the best virtual Vietnam in the world where you can find and see 360° panorama photos in virtual tours from all of important place, landmark, museum, heritage, building, hotel, restaurant, bar, shop, showroom, company, factory, mall, government office, park, water park, theme park, entertainment place .... etc.
We would like to create the best virtual country (U.A.E.) in the world where you can find and see 360° panorama photos in virtual tours from all of important place, landmark, museum, heritage, building, hotel, restaurant, bar, shop, showroom, company, factory, mall, government office, park, water park, theme park, entertainment place .... etc. in the Emirates.
Stefan Zander is a photographer specialized in creating high definition virtual tours, interiors, exteriors and food photography for the travel and hospitality industries.
Based in London, UK he has shot locally and abroad with clients such as Taj Hotels, Intercontinental, Park Plaza, Radisson, Park Inn, Art'otel.
My name is Brian Conroy. I live in Tigard, a suburb of Portland Oregon.
When I was a teenager I used to splice my photos together and make ultrawide panoramas. Once I discovered 360 panoramas in 2006 I was so excited I spent $2,000 on all the equipment I needed on line the next day and I never looked back. I love taking these photos. They do so much more to capture the spirit and time of place. I am very lucky to have been raised in one of the most beautiful states in the country. My dad grew up in very rural central Oregon. Fortunately he took me out there to fish whenever he could. I hope you enjoy these Panoramas as much as I do. I wish I could add sound to them to really put you there. Don't miss my panoramas on the top of the Mt. St. Helens volcano in Washington State and Zion National Park in Utah and Jefferson Park, Oregon. For a fun one see my family panorama in Tigard, Oregon.
Thanks for stopping by, Brian Conroy
Canberra resident. I like to go bushwalking during the summer months, mainly in Namadgi National Park. During winter I hibernate.
All photos taken with Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2 and the Lumix G Fisheye 8mm lens, with the assistance of a monopod or sometimes my bushwalking stick, or occasionally just handheld.
Thanks go to the following software for making the creation of my panoramas possible:
Hugin / Digikam / GIMP / SILKYPIX Developer Studio SE / Panotools::Script
Thanks also to 360 Cities for providing the facility to upload and showcase my photos.
Update: Dec 2012 - I now have a Panosaurus and a tripod with which I hope to start taking some night panos.
Based just outside of San Antonio, Texas, David has been shooting 360 photos since he taught himself how to do it back in 2002. He has created several virtual tours across the web over the years, including one of Big Bend National Park in Western Texas. He is a part time photographer and full time Special Education Elementary Teacher.
I have worked in the field of computers and digital imaging for the past 33 years and been involved in the evolution and acceptance of computer imaging from both a hardware and software perspective since joining U.K. digital pioneer Quantel in 1984.
During my time with Quantel, I was responsible for introducing digital technology to the arts and media industries in the U.S. from my base in Silicon Valley. I also travelled regularly to the U.K. to work with Qantel’s development team on the UI and functionality of what would become the industry standard of it’s time: the Quantel Paintbox.
In 1987, I left Quantel to start his own Hollywood based company, Electric Paint. Employing this new digital technology I produced Key Art for major motion pictures including Edward Scissorhand, Terminator II, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Die Hard I & II, Silence of the Lambs, JFK & Born on the Fourth of July and album covers such as Michael Hutchence’s MaxQ, Nirvana’s Nevermind, Elvis Costello’s Spike, and The Beasty Boys’ St Paul’s Café.
Returning to Australia in 1994, I established Red Square Productions, one of the country’s first Web Development Agencey. Red Square went on to develop long lasting business relationships with companies such Qantas, Telstra, YHA, Panasonic Australia, The Good Guys, Harvey World Travel, Maersk Line Shipping and the oneworld Alliance of Airlines. Red Square Productions was known for its innovative approach to web development, pioneering a number of technologies in Australia and popularising 360˚ immersive imagery, creating unique virtual tours of sporting locations such as Olympic Park, accommodation offerings by Australian Youth Hostels and promotional events for Panasonic Australia, Qantas and Telstra.
In 2008 I merged Red Square’s business with local agency Webqem, allowing me to pursue my interest in travel, 360˚ panorama photography, and all things digital.
In 2012 I became involved with an Australian start-up company Mogeneration and its tablet publishing solution Oomph taking on the role of Creative Technologist.
I was recognised in the Australian Mobile Awards for my work in developing the award winning apps for Sky-OneCentral Park (Frost Design/Fraser Properties), Experience the Highs ( New England (NSW) tourism) apps and his 360˚ panoramic photographic contribution to the MCA Anish Kapoor app.
In 2014 I returned to my home city of Adelaide to focus on new technologies and ways of providing 360˚ Panoramic Photography, 360˚ Video and 360˚ Web & App services.
Today I am working with a diverse group of clients to develop 360˚ virtual tour content. My clients include the French luxury cruising company Ponant (Worldwide locations), various divisions of the University of Tasmania (Web and Mobile VR apps), Pichi Richi Railway (Quorn), Stuartholme School (Brisbane) and MadebyFairfax (Sydney).
My Full name is Nasir Ashraf. I belong to Tehsil Burewala; a small city of Pakistani Punjab where I grew up and studied till Graduate level in Govt. College Burewala. I'm fond of Traveling, Photography and taking keen interest in natural environment…I did M.Sc. in Geography and specialized my skills in Satellite Remote Sensing (RS) and Geographical Information System (GIS). My Geography studies endowed my interests and hobbies. I’ve been travelling about the Northern Areas of Pakistan mostly; some of those are “Kaghan Valley, Naran, Shogran, Siri, Paye, Kich, Lalazar, Gilgit, Hunza, Khajurab, Skardu, Sadpara Lake, Aansoo Lake, Saif-ul-Malook Lake, Kalam valley, Mangora, Abbotabad, Mansehra, Bahrain, Malam Jabba, Kachora Lake, Ayubia National Park, Deosai National Park, Lake Mahodand, Besham, Chilas, Dasu, Pasu Glacier, Matlatan, Oshu Valley, Azad Kashmir, Nanga Parbat 8126m and many more…” I’ve also travelled to each and every 36 District and all Tehsils even to the rural areas of Punjab for GPS Surveys, Photography, Environmental Impact Assessment Reports etc. Subsequently after my University studies in February 2008 I joined “Geo-Research” an Earth engineering company in Lahore as RS/GIS Officer, I worked there more than 1 year and joined Islamia University Bahawalpur as GIS Analyst in Department of Geography and visiting Lecturer RS/GIS/GPS. Im working with JEC a well known Engineering Consultancy Group in Lahore.
GIS Expert JEC, Lahore, Pakistan
Cell # +92-333-6994455
If you are seeking for a clean, quiet place on the coast with great views, a pool, near a beach, with air-con and high speed internet in a beautiful area, Villa Dundar Kas Apartments are just for you. It's an oasis of peace, privacy and quiet surrounded by magnificent views at the best location in Kas.
Villa Dundar set on a ridge above Big Pebble Beach with unobstructed views over the sea, the boats, Kas, the peninsula, the mountains and surrounding hills and countryside. You could even see the ruins of the ancient amphitheater in Kas.
The villa is a spotless, comfy beach house in homey Turkish style. It is spacious, light and airy with screens on some of the windows. Lovely sea breezes and lots of windows kept the house very comfortable. It is split into 3 apartments and can be let as individual apartments or works equally well for a large group of up to 14. The garden, pool and barbecue area are extensive enough for any number of people and the surrounding area has stunning views of mountains and crystal clear sea of Mediterranean.
Second floor apartments sleep up to 6 people, first and third floor sleeps up to 4 people. The bed rooms are all air conditioned and each of these apartments has several balconies leading from them where you can relax and enjoy the beautiful views.
At Villa Dundar you are surrounded by trees and flowers in the large garden and pool with the hills, mountains and bays beyond. There is beautiful birdsong, the hum of cicadas and the soothing sound of the sea washing over the pebbles on the beach - magic. It's like living in a national park. The world famous Lycian Way hike goes right by the house and when you walk into town you are walking on it.
You dont need to have a car if you like walking. The beach is an easy walk down the hill and there are 6 restaurants. You can walk into Kas (30 minutes) and come back on the dolmuses (50p each) or taxis (4 pound) . Each morning the baker van toots his horn outside and you can buy your fresh bread.
Prior to my full-time photography career, I obtained a Doctorate in Entomology from the University of Natal, and spent many years working for multinational companies. For these companies I was responsible for specific African export business, and so had the opportunity to visit 22 different African countries. This is where my love of photography actually developed and I have some fascinating (though not always good) pictures of Africa!
I first took virtual tours exclusively for the tourism website My Destination Johannesburg. This gave me plenty of experience in shooting virtual tours for hotels, lodges, guest houses, museums, adventure activities, and just about any other tourism related business. After 6 years, I decided to move out of this business and concentrate on the developing art of virtual tour photography (Note: This website is unfortunately no longer being maintained by its new owner!)
I started my own company called Blue Wing Multimedia, and I now take full featured interactive virtual tours for any business interested in making their websites more attractive to their visitors. This in turn keeps a visitor on their website for longer, increasing the chance that their visitors will turn into their customers.
I offer my clients interactive virtual multimedia tours, incorporating video clips; standard panoramic virtual tours; and interactive photo tours. Our clients can "build your own tour" by selecting the type and number of photographs they wish to have, the degree of interactivity they require, and by choosing their own add-on features for the ideal displaying of their product or business. They can even send us their own quality photographs for processing. We also shoot and create short website videos.
Some of my customers over the past years include Sun International (Sun City and its Hotels), Tsogo Sun (Montecasino and its Hotels), Maropeng and Sterkfontein Caves in the Cradle of Humankind, and all the Gautrain Stations, amongst others. We also took a series of virtual tours of every camp and picnic spot in the Kruger National Park! A selection of these tours will shortly be be posted here