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Sunday, October 5, 2008

Muir Woods

Another long-since-overdue set of panoramas that I took when vacationing in San Francisco.


At the entrance to the Muir Woods trails.
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posted by Josh Korwin at 1:30 pm  

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Mt. Wilson Observatory (long overdue)

I’m having one of those days where I go back and check out all of the things I said I’d do “later.” Amongst those to-do items were some panoramas I’ve taken in the past year or so that I’ve been meaning to post on the blog. The first set, here, is from our PictureBubbles visits to the Mount Wilson Observatory here in California.


Inside the 100-ft. Telescope’s dome. The desk looks almost Jules-Verne-steampunk, no? (more…)

posted by Josh Korwin at 12:56 pm  

Friday, October 3, 2008

Curaçao Maritime Museum Virtual Tour


Posting on Carel Struycken’s behalf here…
Carel recently completed a brilliant virtual tour of the Curaçao Maritime Museum. Stunning work, and a beautiful glimpse at Curaçao!

posted by Carel Struycken at 5:51 pm  

Friday, April 18, 2008

Saint Francis High School Virtual Tour

We recently completed a pretty slick virtual tour of Saint Francis High School in La Cañada, California. Mouse over any of the text descriptions and click to see a full-screen PictureBubble panorama.

posted by Josh Korwin at 6:50 pm  

Saturday, November 17, 2007

Object Movie: Hooker 100-inch telescope, Mount Wilson Observatory


Object Movie: Hooker 100-inch telescope, Mount Wilson Observatory

(Click the thumbnail image above to open the full-size object movie in a new window.)

Hooker 100-inch telescope
Mount Wilson Observatory, California

Here’s the first glimpse of our PictureBubbles tour of the Mt. Wilson Observatory, out in the mountains north of Los Angeles. Unlike most of our other work, this is an “object movie.” Rather than pivoting around where the viewer stands, like most spherical panoramas, this image allows you to drag across, left to right, and rotate about the focal point. In this case, that focal point is this massive telescope, finished somewhere around 1917.

Making this was quite a lot of fun. Rather than walk around the entire installation at set intervals, Carel was able to set up the tripod in one position while Arthur Vaughan (Deputy Director of the Observatory) and I marked off the floor in 5° intervals. The entire domed turret revolves around the telescope, allowing us to create an image that would be otherwise impossible.

posted by Josh Korwin at 10:24 am  

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Randy’s Donuts

Spherical Panorama

Randy’s Donuts
Inglewood, California
posted by Carel Struycken at 11:13 pm  

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Berkeley & San Francisco

Some shots from my summer trip to Berkeley and San Francisco, CA. Includes a small campus tour of UC Berkeley.

July 14, 2007


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posted by Josh Korwin at 10:38 pm  

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

First post

Welcome to the PictureBubbles blog! More to come soon.

posted by Josh Korwin at 10:14 pm  
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