I had a wonderful opportunity recently to be a part of a team assembled to produce a couple panoramas for Siemens PLM software. These panoramas have some embedded videos along with other information too. I was able to provide the still photography used to produce the interactive tours, a small team of guys from Orlando recorded the video and sound, while other team members in Germany did the final production. The project highlighted Siemens PLM software and was photographed on location at Cape Canaveral, Florida. It involved a ULA rocket launch for NASA so we had a very short window of opportunity. The rocket is placed on the pad the day before the launch so we only had a few hours that morning to finish all the photography and video for the project.
Go HERE to see the project.
This was a fairly large project consisting of 29 individual panoramas contained in one interactive virtual tour. It’s purpose is to introduce students to a sampling of the various housing options available on the campus of the University of Cincinnati. The University was already using standard photography of course, but realized that interactive panoramas gives students a much better idea of what the rooms are like. They are then better able to make more informed housing selections based on their preferences.
CLICK HERE to view the tour.
During our Siemens project in Florida, the hotel we were staying at happened to be very close to the Cocoa Beach Pier and Ron Jon Surf Shop. I produced a few panoramas featuring those landmarks and put them together here in a single virtual tour. If the beach seems kind of empty for Florida, it is because we were there in the middle of January during one of the coldest weeks they have had for many years.
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Several years ago I produced a comprehensive virtual tour for the Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy. Well, things change and it was time for an update. We went back and rephotographed most of the locations consisting of 12 panorama views over three campuses.
Recently completed several virtual tours for the Health Care Management Group. Involved were six facilities that had from six to eight panorama views each that showcased the various aspects of the living and working spaces at the various sites. You can see the actual finished tours by clicking this link and going to the HCMG website. Then click the “Take a virtual tour” button for one of the six facilities to experience the views.