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2003 Marts week 10-13 presents some of the worlds best VR Photographers in a weekly fullscreen QTVR feature.

The fullscreen archive contains more than 150 fullscreens published since februar 2002.
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Week 13-2003 Fullscreen of the Week

Nagoya City Japan during Night
Nagoya City Japan during Day

2 Cubic QTVR by Ian Orgias

Ian Orgias is a Canadian Freelance Photographer residing in Japan
for several years. He has worked with panoramas for 3 years and is currrently working on a project in connection with Expo 2005 in Aichi.

Nagoya is the fourth largest city in Japan with a population of 2.17 million, situated in the central part of Honshu 200 miles west of Tokyo.

It has a long history going back to the 16th century when one of the most famous Shogun, built the famous Nagoya Castle. Today it is an important cultural and industrial city with large industries like Toyota and Volkswagen Japan.

The panoramas was made at Oasis 21 a new park/bus station in the center of Nagoya. The park has a large elevated structure constructed of glass and convered with water which allows views through to a shopping area below.


Nagoya Convention & Visitors Bureau

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Randers Regnskov The Tropical Zoo
new Dome inaugurated by princess Alexandra.

Fullscreen Cubic QTVR by Hans Nyberg
Full Screen QuickTime VR Virtual Panorama
Click to see the new dome from inside together with Princess Alexandra and hundreds of guests at the inauguration

Prinsesse Alexandra enters the dome after "breaking the wall"

Randers Regnskov is a tropical Zoo in Randers Denmark.

It was opened in 1996 and has become one of the most attractive tourist attractions in Denmark. Yesterday a new giant dome was inaugurated by princess Alexandra of Denmark who has been the protector of the project since it's start.

The new dome more than triples the area for the Zoo which now can take 2200 visitors at once.
The new dome is called the South American Dome while the smaller domes now covers Africa and Asia.

You can see another fullscreen from one of the old domes here

Link: Randers Regnskov

Week 12-2003 Fullscreen of the Week

Raabjerg Mile the Danish Desert

by Hans Nyberg

Raabjerg mile is a large mobile sand dune in the area south of Skagen in Denmark. During earlier centuries the intensive usage of the dune areas, lead to an increased sand drift in some parts of Denmark. Since the 1800 this has been controlled by large plantations in the dunes.

This large dune has been left to enable later generations to understand the sanddrift catastrophe in this areas.

The dune covers 1 x 2 km and is at its highest point approximately 35 m. It is now 5 km from the west coast and moves with a speed of 15 m a year against the east coast.

The mobile dune of Råbjerg Mile
Vandretursfolder nr. 39 Råbjerg Mile - Nordjylland
Die Wanderdüne Råbjerg Mile

Week 11-2003 Fullscreen of the Week

Inside Dr. Rileys Mouth

Dr. John Riley is an Associate Professor of physics at the University of South Carolina Spartanburg. His present research interests include the development of multimedia physics pedagogy and archaeoastronomy.

Recently he was at his dentist and he got his teeth x-rayed using a panoramic x-ray machine.

One of Dr. Rileys interests is also the use of Quicktime VR and he got the idea of making a QTVR movie of the image.

This X-ray was made using a Soredex Cranex panoramic x-ray machine at the office of Dr. Joseph K. Lever in Spartanburg, SC, USA. This machine places an x-ray source on one side of the head and film on the other. The source and film are rotated through 360° while the film is being exposed. You can see more information on this device at SOREDEX

Quicktime VR has for many years been used in medical multimedia presentations mostly as Object VR's where you can see for example skeleton parts from all sides.

These pages include some links:

QTVR Anatomical Library

QTVR from Aarhus University.

The Virtual Mummy

Week 10-2003 Fullscreen of the Week

Gare de Liège-Guillemins
by Alain Hamblenne OUTLINE Graphic Designers

The architect Santiago Calatrava is one of the hottest names in modern architecture. Born in Valencia Spain but today working from Paris with projects all over the world. Among his recent projects is The Milwaukee Art Museum which was named the number one design of 2001 by Time Magazine. The Turning Torso is another much discussed building in Malmö Sweden.

The Turning Torso is still under construction like the large project in Liège for EURO LIÈGE TGV in Belgium. This new railway station is planned to be ready in 2006. The panorama shows the underground passageway of this future railway station of Liège-Guillemins.

It was made by Alain Hamblenne the manager of OUTLINE Graphic Designers a graphics design and multimedia company in Liège. Its principal interest is to present cultural, secret or inaccessible places with high quality QTVR panoramas.

Alain Hamblenne is also a visual communication professor at the Haute Ecole Albert Jacquard in Namur (Belgium).

A Speciality by Alain Hamblenne is 3D anaglyph effect QTVR with a visible superior depth. You need red and cyan glasses.

Musée des Sciences Naturelles de Liège

Eglise Saint-Jacques the first cubic QTVR with this effect.


EuroLiege Tgv

Santiago Calatrava

OUTLINE Graphic Designers - Bienvenue !


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