Making interactive VRs
Panoramic images have been with us since the dawn of photography. But today, these types of images have taken on new life, in the form of interactive images, which allow a viewer to look around and zoom in.
The Virtual Reality (VR) panoramas can live on a wall in printed form, on your computer screen or on a mobile handheld device. By employing this imaging technology the photographer can help the viewer better understand a unique or remote environment, such as the inside of underground cavern, an endangered cultural heritage site or even a luxury hotel room.
Virtual Reality panoramas can be created by "stitching" single images together, by using a scanning panoramic camera, or through the use of a single-shot panoramic camera.