360 Panoramas have launched a new Time Lapse Photography Service.
All Time Lapse Videos are produced in Full 1080p High Definition.
Time Lapse photography can be used to compress time showing the events of hours, days or even weeks in the space of a few seconds.
Contact us for more details and pricing.
After a weekend trip down to St Ives I thought id share these two lovely HDR Virtual Tour Images of St Ives Pier and The Slipway.
They've been added to the Panorama / Virtual Tour Gallery wso you can see them there too 🙂
I always wanted to get a photo of these wind turbines at the Carland Cross Wind Farm from up close. Now Ive got a Virtual Tour Photo 🙂
Last night Bob Lindo from the Camel Valley Vineyard gave a superb talk about the success story of his vineyard and its transformation from a sheep and cattle farm to the multi award winning business it is today.
The evening was hosted by Truro College's Cornwall Business Club in the Fal Building on the Truro College site.
There was a great turnout and the event was broadcast live on the internet by Icarus Films.
Of course 360 Panoramas wouldn't attend such an event without taking a couple of virtual tour images 🙂
We have completely updated our how to make panoramic virtual tours article to include all the our latest techniques and tricks of the trade.
You'll discover the equipment and software needed and the processes you need to go through that will turn these...
and into this...
After a visit to the Fun Fair in Newquay this weekend with the kids - I've put together this Virtual Tour so you can have a look around the rides, stalls and crowds of people having a good time.
Click and drag the photos to look around and click on the little target symbols hovering in the sky to move to the next location in the Virtual Tour. Oh and dont forget to click the full screen button to see the Virtual Tour in full screen detail.
360 Panoramas have provided a Virtual Tour to Newquay's new Lighthouse Cinema.
This is a two position Virtual Tour made up of two panoramic photos, the first from the middle of screen one's seating area and the second from the foyer.
Lighthouse Cinema, Newquay opened in May 2011, bringing the world of big screen entertainment back to the town for the first time in 16 years.
The cinema is situated off Crantock, King Street and Chapel Hill, and was previously the site for The Victoria Cinema, which was one of 3 cinemas in Newquay at one time.
There are four screens, two on ground floor and two on first floor which are accessible via stairs or the foyer lift.
The cinema features all digital NEC projection, and screens 1 and 4 feature MasterImage 3D systems. All screens are equipped with Digital sound systems and wall to wall screens for maximum picture size.
Each screen has designated wheelchair spaces, infra-red hearing systems, audio description and subtitling facilities.Screen 1, the largest auditoria, has a raised stage area and facilities capable for live entertainment, conferencing and special presentations.
On ground floor the cinema has box office and concession areas, and a small licensed bar for patrons to enjoy a drink prior to their movie starting.
Visit the WTW Cinemas website for more details http://www.wtwcinemas.co.uk