Re: Bohemian Paradise, Czech Republic
- I agree higher resolution is great when you want it and the load times are not an issue for a "destination" site especially if warned in advance.
I only looked at the first one, wonderful shot, you should have carved your name in the nadir stump :)
But, the shimmer when moving the view is intense, strong enough to give someone prone to strobe issues a seizure. Will any Flash player ever get even close to the smoothness of Devalvr via Shockwave ?
My personal view is shimmer is the biggest problem this format has and it's enough to make a lot of viewers go away.
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "erik_leeman" <erik.leeman@...> wrote:
> Hi all,
> For those with a taste for green stuff and rocks and a healthy dislike of concrete and bricks, AND(!) with BIG screens and FAST internet connections, I've got some ridiculously large panoramas to show you:
> Only Flash10, file size is about 13MB each.
> When you click on a thumbnail a VR-panorama will load and open in full screen.
> Why so large? Cube face size is 2880x2880 and they're highly detailed.
> I shot them in June of this year in the Czech Republic, and really like them myself. I hope some of you will like them as well.
> Please note: I will only keep these very large versions on my website for a week of so because I need the space for other things.
> Thanks for having a look!
> Erik Leeman
> (<http://www.erikleeman.com> <http://www.flickr.com/photos/erik-nl/>)
Thank you Dominique!
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Dominique SALINO" wrote:
> Hi Erik
> Despite lots of mail concerning yours panos, I must tell you yours
> panos are the pure perfection as seen from south pacific ; no white
> sand, no coconuts trees, no blue seas but green landscapes...
> Pure exoctic landscape from my point of view.
> I do not know which grahic card in my computer... yous pictures are
> perfectly displayed on my screen and they are so peacefull.
> Thank you Erik
> Dominique Salino
> New Caledonia
> The closest island to paradise