You are currently viewing our forum as a guest, which gives you limited access to view most discussions and access our other features. By joining our community, at no cost, you will have access to post topics, communicate privately with other members (PM), respond to polls, upload content and access many other special features. Registration is free, fast and simple, so please join our community today!
Just had this link sent to me, you will have to copy and paste the web address into IE or whatever you use as it does not seem to work on this page, worth the effort even if you are not religious.
On an HD monitor this is fabulous. You can look around, up and down and zoom in and out.
Wow. This Virtual Reality Tour is amazing! HD image quality is awesome. Make sure to look up.
In one of the images you can see where the image was spliced, a car parked in the first image was moved, so you see only half of it spliced to a half of a new car.
On an 28" HD monitor it is spectacular, not so much on my wifes small screen.
Stunning 360 deg. photography
These 4 pictures are absolutely gorgeous....you have to close each one out and start over on the next.
Four attachments of four different locations.
This is unbelievable photography especially viewed with this sophisticated 360 degree technology.
Drag your mouse all the way up and all the way down and side to side .
Use your mouse to move around.
One funny optical note - the panoramas are shot on rectilinear super-wide lenses.
What does this mean practically? It means that when you view the panoramas, the landscape looks distorted. The reason for this is that the images are perspective mapped onto a flat plane with a short focal length. Since the human eye is around 40-50mm in equivalent focal length, at normal viewing distances, the objects near the edge of the screen look much larger than objects at the center. This means that the perspective distortion disappears when the human eye is very close to the screen - about 1-2 inches away. You'll look funny doing it, but try it out and you'll understand.
Black 2007 Chrysler Crossfire Build #73xxx
* 219 hp/229 ft-lbs cruiser.
1999 Honda CRV
* Commuter Vehicle
1984 Land Rover Defender
* Imported from the UK, used for Off-Roading.