We were very pleased to be asked to provide panoramas and timelapse animations for Ringier’s new Ipad app, called ‘The Collection’. The first edition had a theme of upcoming Royal wedding. We took 360 panoramas of the interior of Prince Williams Sea King helicopter, of award winning Royal photographer Chris Jackson, and fanatic world record collector of Royal merchandise, Margret Tyler.
It was a great project to work on and we highly reccomend downloading the app. Screenshots and video below.
Here we show 2 example little planet 360 videos with a great new feature. Right click anywhere on the video and choose you own projection ! My favourite is ‘little planet’ view which we have made default, for these 2 examples.
I was inspired to make these after seeing some stunning 360 projection videos from French director, François Vogel.
I am a BIG fan of his work now
Many thanks to Sam Rohn – 360 panoramic photography – New york for the introduction.
We are very proud that a film used in the School Home Support virtual tour we produced has won an award. The Open Shutter awards sponsored by Canon, celebrate films shot using digital SLR cameras. CJ Clarke, the Director was there to collect the award with Producer Fung Wah Man and we have been credited for additional cinematography that was used in the film.
Director: CJ Clarke
Producer: Fung Wah Man at Global Stories.
Editor: Jonnie Kinder / Simon Ruben
Screenplay: CJ Clarke, Rachel Jasper, JM Clarke.
Art Director: Belle Mundi
Production Assistant: Anabela Farruggia
Cinematographer: Brian Fawcett / Vanessa Whyte
Additional Cinematography: Thomas Mills / Fung Wah Man
Graphics: Dean Warner
Lighting Assistant: Matt King
Costume: Sallyann Short
Make-up: Yo-Yo Tayler
Music: DJ Trax
Mother: Chloe Lewis
Daughter: Erin Galvin
The British Journal of Photography Open Shutter Award Winner 2010 sponsored by Canon.
Read more about the award here
We are pleased to release a mobile version of our most popular tour – The London Aerial virtual tour has had over 125,000 hits, and can now be accessed on the Iphone and Ipad, as well as Android, and on all major desktop browsers. Making it compatible with any internet viewing device
Just visit the London Aerial Virtual Tour page. Whatever device is being used will be detected, and will trigger an optimized tour for that device. E.g Iphone screens are only small, so we need only display small panoramas etc. this ensures great loading speed and the tour can be accessed in seconds.
The innovative touch navigation of mobile devices including Ipad, make viewing virtual tours great fun. Just use your fingers to move left and right and pinch to zoom in and out.
Here are some screen shots of the London aerial virtual tour mobile tour.