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Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: 360-degree screens

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  • Jim Watters
    Microsoft Research shows interacting with spherical images inside a geodesic dome using pinch-to-zoom. Not a production unit and not made for crowds, but
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      Microsoft Research shows interacting with spherical images inside a
      geodesic dome using pinch-to-zoom. Not a production unit and not made
      for crowds, but shows some potential.
      http://www.engadget.com/2010/05/31/microsoft-research-toys-with-the-cosmos-using-forefinger-and/

      Jim Watters


      On 2010/05/13 12:26 PM, panometr wrote:
      > Hi,
      >
      > Thanks for your input.
      > Tom, Xrez's and Aldo's solutions are not 360-degree screens.
      > I am rather looking something similar to this solution:
      > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCWN1IGAl-s
      > It is not a dome projection system. It is a cylindrical projection system.
      >
      > 1. iPanorama (Leipzig) by Yadegar Asisi
      > 2. Elbedom (Magdeburg) - Fraunhofer Institute
      > 3. Cyclorama created by Matthias Taugwalder in Schwyz (2007)
      > 4. Cyclorama in Vision3D (Montreal)
      > 5. Arena360 (Plymouth) - February 2010
      > 6. Icci360 (Plymouth) - September 2010
      > 7. Niagara Falls
      > 8. Swissorama
      > 9. Panorama Festival ZKM
      > 10. iCinema (Demonstrator 1)
      > 11. iCinema (Demonstrator 2)
      > 12. Cinéorama - 1900
      > 13. Circarama (Dysney)
      >
      > Please let me know if you know other 360-degree screens.
      > Karol
      > University of Plymouth
      >

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      Jim Watters
      http://photocreations.ca
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