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THE FULL SCREEN ARCHIVE
2004 Marts week 10-13

Panoramas.dk 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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13 -2004

MONTREAL HIGHLIGHTS FESTIVAL CANADA

by Yann Leroy www.candau.com

More than 500,000 visitors came to the 5th edition of the Montreal Highlights Festival with plenty of indoor and free outdoors activities for lovers of Arts or fine dining, and of course, for families who descended on the site to enjoy the activities that were planned specially for kids and their parents.

This Montreal’s youngest of festivals is now one of the focal point of Montreal winter.

The next festival February 17 to 27, 2005 is the 6th edition

See more at the official website
Festival MONTRÈAL EN LUMIÈRE - MONTREAL HIGHLIGHTS FESTIVAL


12 -2004
ICE CLIMBING
IN THE PYRENEES, SPAIN



by Ignacio Ferrando Margelí Abaco Digital


To make this panorama Ignacio waited for 2 hours at -8C

Read more about how it was done at VRMAG


11-2004 Panoramas.dk 2 year Anniversary

During these 2 years more than 3.000.000 Full Screen QTVR movies has been viewed by more than 2.000.000 visitors at panoramas.dk.

Sony Tropfest
Sydney Australia

by Peter Murphy


2 years ago I started the fullscreen feature by inviting one of my favourite VR photographers. Peter Murphy from Sydney Australia. See week 11/2002 the Matthew Flinders Circumnavigation

What could better celebrate this anniversary than Peter's panorama from the worlds largest short film festival, the Tropfest a couple of weeks ago. 100.000 people was gathered to view the best short films from Australia

This panorama is what we call a pole panorama. It is one of Peter's favourite ways of making cubic panoramas.

By shooting from a pole 3 -6 meter above the ground you get a surprising and breathtaking view.

Actually, Peter also celebrates an anniversary this week.

March 10 last year he started his Panoramic VR weblog with panoramas from events in the Sydney area.

If you have not been there it's time you pay a visit.

Also read the article about Peter at VRMAG


10-2004
BRETAGNE - BRITTANY Rocks
Animated Panorama + sound


by Denis Gliksman www.la-grange-numerique.com

Several photographers are experimenting with video clips in panoramas. While these panoramas will become very large in download if made in resolutions for fullscreen the animated panorama made by Denis Gliksman is not larger than other fullscreens.

View for the first time a Quicktime VR in fullscreen with a movable part. Read more about it on the page.



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