The World Wide Panorama began in March, 2004, and has now become a quarterly series of events. Photographers all over the world are welcome to participate.
The rules are simple - photography must be done during a specified time, and the final panorama must be in QuickTime VR format (within specified limits on file size and dimensions). The events are scheduled on the solstices (longest and shortest days of the year) and equinoxes (day and night of equal length).
View our Contributions to the World Wide Panorama: Best of 2006 | Transportation | Gardens | Borders | Energy | Water
The IVRPA (formerly the IQTVRA) is an international association of professionals who create and produce interactive, immersive images that tell a story in a more dynamic way. Members include professional photographers, multimedia and web developers, artists, enthusiasts, students, and companies that support their technology with software and hardware.
360 Cities goal is to show you the most interesting places in the world from the most interesting perspectives. Whether you are planning a trip, looking for ideas, or simply 'armchair traveling', there is no better place for Virtual Travel than with 360cities. Aspen Portrait is a member and contributor to 360 Cities and joins the interactive network with 50 other locations. Visit Aspen at aspen.360cities.net.
Virtual reality VR panoramas from all the world.
Panoramas.dk is created by Hans Nyberg a commercial photographer in Denmark. "My intention with this site is to make immersive panoramic images also called VR Photography more known among the general public," says Nyberg.
The 2006 Aspen New Year's Eve panoramas are included on Panorama.dk. Click here to see more 2006 New Years panoramas from around the world.