Re: [PanoToolsNG] Happy New Year from the Alps
- Matthias - bravo!
--- On Fri, 1/1/10, Matthias Taugwalder <matthias.taugwalder@...> wrote:
From: Matthias Taugwalder <matthias.taugwalder@...>
Subject: [PanoToolsNG] Happy New Year from the Alps
Date: Friday, January 1, 2010, 11:39 PM
I wish you all a Happy New Year and all the best for 2010!
Today, I finally put my new homepage online: alps360.ch -
http://www.alps360 ch .
It features interactive VR panoramas, but also high-resolution
gigapixel panoramas from some of the highest mountain summits in the
Alps. Currently there is only a fraction of my panorama archive
online, but during the next few weeks I hope to get more "panoramic
The loading speed of the image tiles will be improved. I am still
working on the fine-tuning of the site and correcting some minor
display problems. But in spite of that I am sure that these images
will already take your breath away... ;)
P.S: If you want to stay connected and kept posted on updates, you can
also find and join alps360.ch on Facebook -
http://www.facebook .com/pages/ alps360ch/ 224845228931 .
Greetings from Switzerland,
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- Hi Matthias,
your new site has a nice and up-to-date optic, congrats.
I am also thinking about a new style for www.360bilder.de
so thanks for inspiration and sharing your great work.
all the best
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Matthias Taugwalder <matthias.taugwalder@...> wrote:
> Hi all
> I wish you all a Happy New Year and all the best for 2010!
> Today, I finally put my new homepage online: alps360.ch -
> http://www.alps360.ch .
- Happy New Year to you Mattias from the Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains
Not so well presented or as good as your Alps work, but here is a link
to some images at my web site. I have been working for 7 years
collecting panoramic images in the Sierras and I finished the core of my
work for my new products on the Sierra on New Year's Eve at 1:36 a.m.,
so now I proceed to creating the product packaging and doing the
marketing work so my products will be on the shelves in the stores for
the upcoming tourist season!
The penultimate Sierra Nevada climber, Norman Clyde, used to teach rock
climbing on the peak named Temple Crag that is pictured in one of the
panos linked to below. He is famous for having around 1,000 first
summits in the Sierra, including several first ascents of 14,000 foot
peaks. He once climbed Temple Crag every day for 30 consecutive days, a
record that still stands some 80 years later!
- Hello Matthias,
Indeed - breathtaking images! And a very well done page layout!
One minor thing i noticed: If the Google ads are displayed, the box on
the left is too small and with IE8, the switch for HDView is not working.