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«Exacting people recreation» - they say about Saint Moritz in travel guides. Saint Moritz has surprised me twice but not with its restaurants among alpine skiing tracks where visitors in ski boots are served with black caviar and truffles and live orchestra music sounds in the neighborhood as well as "weightless, salubrious and sparkling champagne air". Virtual tour contains 9 panoramas.Read more ››
When we received the $63.000 proposal from Immersive Media for the equipment, we have decided to try to create our own 360 video. We spent a week for a brain storm, week for the shooting experiments and the first 360 video has been created. Our server was not too happy and after 10 minutes it stopped working :)Read more ››
A new spherical stereo panorama, photographed from the rooftop of the 301-meters high "Moscow City" tower - the tallest building in Europe - is now available on our website. All you need to view this photo is a pair of red-and-cyan stereo glasses. See below for shopping suggestions.Read more ››
As you see, we shoot not only canyons, cities and waterfalls. When there are no flights it's time to joke. So, we present reportage about what a sandwich can see inside a Zanussi oven. Outside the oven Andrey Zubetz, the panorama's author, is watching the sandwich.
The real most southwestern point of the African continent is actually situated several kilometers away - it's an unremarkable place by the water, with a small parking lot nearby and an official plate. This location is hardly known and is visited by less than 10% of all tourists...Read more ››
This spring Dima Moiseenko became the first man in the world who shot a fantastic areal panoramic view of Las Vegas at night from his heavy-duty tripod installed in the helicopter. Inspired by his success we decided to shoot a panoramic photo of Moscow at night. Unfortunately there are no real helicopters allowed above the city of Moscow...Read more ››
How deep is 1,000 feet? Imagine standing at the rooftop of 99-storey building. Can you get to the edge? You just casually walk on the giant plateau until suddenly the abyss opens up under your feet. You breath is taken away, and even the bravest of us feel dizzy and weak for a moment.
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Unexpectedly, in five minutes a cloud appeared from below and we were standing in a thick fog that moment. Several hours long the fog was so thick that a pilot refused not only to shoot but he even didn't think of flying up. We got stuck on the mountain top...
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The Twelve Apostles stacks located on the South of Australia not far from Melbourne is the second most known symbol of Green Continent after the Opera House in Sydney. Unfortunately, the sea feels no mercy towards the stacks wearing away soft limestone. The Apostles haven't been 12 yet for a long time ...
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