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TOP FULLSCREENS:Grand Canyon | Valley of The Kings | The New 7 Wonders I The Moon | Mt Everest | Colorado River is Virtual reality VR panoramas from all the world made by some of the best
360 VR Photographers in the world. is created by Hans Nyberg a commercial photographer in Denmark was started in 2002 with the intention to make immersive panoramic images also called VR Photography more known among the general public.

Interactive panoramas is a young media and as such it has for many years been known among enthusiastic photographers and multimedia creators. An interactive VR panorama can not be seen in a book or on a printed image. If you print the panorama it gets a completely different expression.

You can only experience the feeling of being at the place and look around, on a computer. You can only distribute Vr Panoramas by the Internet or on CD.

No other media can give you the feeling of being at the place like VR photos. And the ultimate feeling comes when you view it in Fullscreen

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Do you have an interesting panorama for feel free to contact me.

For inquiries regarding virtual tours and panoramic photography please also visit my personal web site

Articles and interviews: Interview with Hans Nyberg in VRMAG 2002 - VRMAG 2003 - Mac World - Apple -
Danish Pressefotograferne - Danish Radio 2010 -,Guest Photographer for Aarhus Denmark


With Hans Nyberg introduced full screen QTVR in 2002. His idea of showing interactive panoramas in fullscreen using the very simple idea of embedding QTVR with 100% width and height became a standard for panorama photographers worldwide.

Much has happened since then and today Flash allows us to view full edge to edge fullscreen from any flashpanorama embedded in a webpage.

Read more about the start of the Fullscreens at and read here how bloggers made world known in short time

My presentation of the Mount Everest panorama in 2003 made it to the top of Google where it still is one of the top 5 for "Mount Everest" and related searches

All panoramas featured at are copyright the individual photographers. Linking directly to the movies or source images is strictly forbidden.
If you which to use any of the panoramas for any purpose, commercial or editorial you are requested to contact the photographer who has the copyright and is listed on all fullscreen pages.

Linking directly to the fullscreen pages is allowed and you may use a small screenshot from the panorama as long as it is published in connection with the link.

Embedding full pages, movies or images using iFrames or other methods into other sites is strictly forbidden without my permission.

You may also use the large image I use on the front page and on some other pages for the link as long as you do not crop it but it contains the photographers name.

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What do they say:

Here are just a few quotes from what the viewers of say about the fullscreens.

::This is just the most incredible thing I've seen on the web. Click a week number (41's a beauty), then drag the mouse around on the image. Superb.
::These virtual panoramas from around the world are just cool
::Superb, thank you. It's the only medium which can begin to do justice to the great Mosque at Cordoba
::I haven't been right through this yet, but I think it's one of the best galleries I've ever found on the net.
::These are amazing, The week-by-week archive is fantastic; there's so much to explore in each one. I know taking a VR tour isn't the same as visiting the real thing (not yet, anyway) but I still feel like I've just been in a church in Cyprus.
::Wow. My word, these are amazing,Thanks!
::Quicktime Panoramic vistas are actually not that new, but this is the most thorough and impressive collection of them I've ever seen.
:: That has to be the most impressive thing I've seen on the web.
::Did anyone else think the sort of holodeck-background-like disolve was kind of cool as the panoramas loaded up. or am i just a huge TNG geek.
::the sheer size of the panormaos makes it really immersive, most of these panoramas I have seen before are in small pop-up windows which makes it difficult to get a feeling of immersion.
::Massive, beautiful, high-resolution Quicktime VR's of various places including Times Square in New York and dozens of others.

Call them up on the biggest monitor in the office and look around in 360 degrees. Absolutely stunning. A perfect way to end the week.
::Gorgeous underwater QTVR pano's. Navigate in a full circle, or vertically.
::Amazing Photography Skills
I don't know who's site this is but this just kicks ass
::This link has been around some, but you absolutely must see it: full-screen QTVR panoramas. If you've got a high speed connection and QuickTime 5, you're in for a real treat.
It is one of the few things I've seen on the web as of late that really made me say, "Wow."

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