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Full Screen Panorama - weekly feature presented by Hans Nyberg


2003 Jan week 1- 5 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 5-2003
Full Screen QTVR of the week
NOVA Krizna Jama Carst Cave in Slovenia

by Bostjan Burger

Have you read Jules Verne's Journey to the Center of the Earth
His description of the fantastic scenery that Professor Hardwigg, Henry and Hans saw has stayed in my mind for 50 years.

That was fantasy, but this weeks panorama is for real.

Jules Verne was the first I thought about when i first saw the panoramas from the new Krizna Jama Cave in Slovenia. This part of the cave was first entered by man only 10 years ago and it is not open for public. Thanks to Bostjan Burger you are now able to see the fantastic sceneries almost as if you where inside.

This is a very exclusive visit. The New (NOVA) Krizna Jama Cave has only been entered by less than 30 people including Bostjan Burger and his assistants.

Bostjan Burger who has more than 2.000 panoramas online at his site, has been working on the Cave Project for several years. This last cave has been a very hard work to do as the entrance to the cave is through a tunnel only 30-40 cm in circumference. The tunnel leads down to the cave 50 metres below. All equipment; halogen lights, tripods, plastic boats etc. had to be taken down that way. Because of this conditions only a couple of panoramas could be made at each entry to the cave.

Read the interview with Bostjan Burger at VRMAG

Facts about the caves of Slovenia

Krizna Jama 1 (The old part)

Full Screen QTVR from Slovenia by Bostjan Burger

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Week 4-2003
Full Screen QTVR of the week
Mt Fuji highest mountain in Japan seen from Kita-Dake, the second highest peak

by Satoshi Nagata

Mt.Fuji - Fujisan is the highest mountain peak in Japan, 3776meter high.

The second highest mountain is Kita-dake 3192 m.
Thats where the panorama is made.
You can see a second panorama from another top
Akaishi-dake 3120 m.

The fullscreen are specially made for and at his website Satoshi Nagata has smaller panoramas from all the Japanese mountain areas in the middle of Honshu.

Outdoor Japan - Climbing the Highest Peaks of Japan

Outdoor Japan

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Week 3-2003
Full Screen QTVR of the week

Ice Grotto at Klein Matterhorn Switzerland
by Claudio Bader
Produced by VRMAG The Virtual Magazine

The Ice grotto or Ice Pavilion at Klein Matterhorn is the highest situated Ice Cave in the world at an altitude of 3810 m. above sea-level.

It contains ice sculptures and exhibitions about the glaciers, geology and the rescue service in Zermatt.

Week 1/2-2003
Full Screen QTVR of the week
New Year 2003 Celebration at Times Square.

by Jook Leung copyright ©2003 Jook Leung

The New Year Celebration at Times Square in New York is probably one of the largest in the world.

Only 9 hours after the start of 2003 I am proud to present this absolutely fantastic panorama by Jook Leung.

Enjoy it it. It is a new Masterpiece from the winner of the Fujifilm Masterpiece Award

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