World Around - Spherical Panoramas

Spherical Panoramas

Photographer Sadykov Vyacheslav

Русская версия   English version


Moscow's spherical panoramas

The last panorama of the chapter A random panorama of the chapter


Korolev's spherical panoramas

The last panorama of the chapter A random panorama of the chapter


Essentuki's and KMW regions
spherical panoramas

The last panorama of the chapter A random panorama of the chapter


St-Petersburg's
spherical panoramas

The last panorama of the chapter A random panorama of the chapter


Crimea's spherical panoramas

The last panorama of the chapter A random panorama of the chapter


Russia Golden Rings's
spherical panoramas

The last panorama of the chapter A random panorama of the chapter


Ulyanovsk's spherical panoramas

The last panorama of the chapter A random panorama of the chapter


Moscow's spherical
panoramas by Parkers

The last panorama of the chapter A random panorama of the chapter


Portugal′s spherical panoramas

The last panorama of the chapter A random panorama of the chapter


Virtual walking tours


Quicktime gallery, shot point on Google Map and comments >>>


New panoramas on the site >>>


Site map >>>


 

The galleries maps:

Moscow's spherical panoramas >>>
Korolev's spherical panoramas >>>
Essentuki's and KMW regions spherical panoramas >>>
St-Petersburg's spherical panoramas >>>
Crimea's spherical panoramas >>>
Russia Golden Rings's spherical panoramas >>>
Ulyanovsk's spherical panoramas >>>
Moscow's spherical panoramas by Parkers >>>
Portugal′s spherical panoramas >>>
 

 
Dear All!

I am glad to see you on this website! I created it with the help of my friends to show you the results of my hobby which is spherical panoramas. Nikolay Grabchuk drew my interest to this thing, he also explained to me this technology so now the so-called fish-eye is my favorite camera lens. All panoramas presented on my website have been taken by Minolta 7D camera and Peleng 8mm camera lens. To make each panorama I need to take 5 to 7 separate shots which I then assemble in one sphere (actually not sphere but cube).

This website consists of 2 galleries with the same contents, only panoramas' size and a number of some additional functions differ. The 1st gallery is designed for just panoramas' display. To look through the panoramic pictures presented in this gallery you need flash-player 8.0 to be installed on your computer, and almost everyone has it installed. The panoramas presented in the 2nd gallery have .mov format. To look them through you need Quicktime player to be installed. The quality is much better if you view pictures with the help of Quicktime player. Also, you can leave your comments and see on Google map the point from which this or that panoramic picture was taken.

Here is the resized example of spherical panorama.
You can click on it and move your mouse - see how panorama is moving as well. So you can view this panorama 360? horizontally and 180? vertically.
Shift and Ctrl can change vision angle.
Just try it!

You can look through panoramas in full-screen mode through Quicktime player. Also, you can save them on your hard drive to look them through when offline.

I hope you will like spherical panoramas just as much as I like them!
 

 


Спонсоры проекта:
Rx Shop MD

 
©2007 Sadykov Vyacheslav

Special thanks for the help to Grabchuck Nikolay, Kagyrin Sergey and Rusakov Eugeny