I just had a related experience. Museum event space salesperson.. Oh I m sorry we just had our museum done for free by google sometime back No results yet ifMessage 1 of 41 , Nov 1, 2011View Source
I just had a related experience. Museum event space salesperson..
“Oh I’m sorry we just had our museum done for free by google sometime back”
No results yet if ever, and they didn’t have a very good opinion of the professionalism of the sub-contractor.
Not an impossible hurdle but definitely an obstacle to getting paid your time to create a product.
Plus, everyone has already seen 360 views before. GSV, hotel, mainstream sites such as expedia.com are full of small and bad java, flash 360 views from 10 years ago that are horrible and are ready to be re-done.
And what’s the long term? Your virtual tours would be filled with ads containing who knows what.
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Well, I can't imagine the guitar shop owner is very happy to have his face blurred. Doesn't really make me want to go there, it makes it look shady. More like a crime scene than an attractive place to go in and say hi. So I would say this pano is perfect proof that this Google service doesn't steal VR tour jobs, instead it's more likely to make some shop owners want to "upgrade" to something that actually portraits the shop in a good light.
On Nov 1, 2011, at 9:55 AM, Ken Warner wrote:
But Google is -- as you say -- bringing panography to the masses. And eventually those masses will demand better quality. It's an ongoing evolution. At any stage, a snapshot of that evolution will show ragged flaws. Let it happen...
Thank you, Eduardo. I m glad to see there still seem to be people who understand what an open discussion means. I simply don t get why people can t live withMessage 41 of 41 , Nov 4, 2011View SourceThank you, Eduardo. I'm glad to see there still seem to be people who understand what an open discussion means. I simply don't get why people can't live with other peoples opinions, even not, when they take their time and explain their motivation in detail.
Using killerphrases (if at all) is not the way to cultivate a discussion where people could benefit from.
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Eduardo Hutter <montreal360@...> wrote:
> I'm sorry, but this is a "discussion list". Discussion. And as such,
> nothing more than discussions and exchange of information should be
> expected, and that's precisely the goal of the list. Of course, 360Cities
> being such a big player on the subject covered here, it will at some point
> get into the *discussions*.
> This is not trolling, it's a discussion. Not sharing the same point of
> view, and strongly defending them , is not trolling. Even treating others
> personal POVs with disdain and saying they cannot be reasoned with- no
> matter the logic behind it, and no matter how much I disagree with that
> kind of atittude, but hey, this isn't news -is not trolling.
> Of course, personal attacks dont fit in this category and should be taken
> elsewhere. But even then, personal attacks are not necessarely trolling.
> On Fri, Nov 4, 2011 at 8:40 AM, zen.alien <zenalien@...>wrote:
> > **
> > Hi Jeffrey...
> > may I suggest to remember the rule #14 of the internet ?
> > - Do not argue with trolls - It means that they win.