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IPIX Photographers, What's Next? Online Chat 3 September 2006

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  • Michael Quan
    The IVRPA, International VR Photography Association, invites all photographers who are currently using IPIX gear in their work (especially real estate
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 31, 2006
      The IVRPA, International VR Photography Association, invites all
      photographers who are currently using
      IPIX gear in their work (especially real estate photographers) as
      well as other photographers employing IPIX gear
      to participate in an online chat Sunday, 3 September 2006.

      With the closing of IPIX, many photographers are now wondering if
      they need to replace their IPIX equipment ,
      how they can convert/preserve IPIX images, and whether suitable
      hardware/software options exist for their
      workflow. Over the years, millions of IPIX images have been shoot,
      and IPIX software licenses have expiration dates.

      Joining the chat will be several IPIX -aware photographers including:

      (1) Susan Johnson, <www.360photoviews.com>, a photographer who has
      worked with IPIX extensively
      and who currently has an IPIX license set to expire early next year.

      (2) Scott Highton, <www.vrphotography.com>, a photographer and
      author, who has worked with IPIX
      since the early days,

      (3) Hoyle Koontz <www.technipix.com>, who shot IPIX for years, but
      who switched his workflow away from IPIX last year

      (4) Bart Wilson, Chief Marketing Officer, <www.voyager360.com>.
      Bart's company offers training, resources, and
      services for real estate imaging including tour hosting.

      (5) Michael Quan, president of the IVRPA.

      [IVRPA is not endorsing any products/companies, and all opinions
      expressed in the chat are the participants.
      A chat transcript will be posted on the IVRPA website. IVRPA is
      conducting this chat as a public service to the VR imaging community.
      A second chat, will be set up for European photographers at a later
      date.]

      Date: SUNDAY - 3 September 2006
      Time: 8:30pm (New York City time)
      Place: AOL instant messenger. Look for chat "IVRPA"

      Contact: Michael Quan, <quantumvr[at}mac.com> if you have questions
      about the chat. Check the IVRPA
      website forum for the latest additional information.
      http://www.ivrpa.org
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