QuickTime VR

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QuickTime VR

The virtual reality version of QuickTime. It allows subjects to be viewed on screen in 3D space. Scenes are compiled from renderings or from multiple still shots taken of all sides. See QuickTime.
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Name of software: software for creating movies QTVR object format and Flash (interactive presentation objects)
Software for creating movies QTVR object format and Flash (interactive presentation objects) (1 license) - A detailed description can be found in Appendix 5.4 of the Terms of Reference.
These place-marks were used in the Going-to-the-Sun Road design visualization project to link to site photos, site QTVRs, project documents, and lidar scan locations.
Panoramic photographs for QTVR are usually captured with multiple overlapping shots that are stitched together using special software to form a single picture.
LiveStage has also attracted many developers from the QTVR community and as a consequence there are plenty of resources available.
Some roles with which students commonly identified were photographers, QTVR software specialists and Web interface designers.
Some students who had planned to be photographers instead conducted research on the Internet for information about the optimum settings for taking the photos that would later be used in the QTVR movies.
Two that illustrate the diversity of these technologies are the Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML) and QuickTime Virtual Reality (QTVR).
The third experiment developed the application of QTVR technology further by applying it to a real-world Web site.
Expenses for the photosimulations, 3D model, QTVR tour, and digital video, on the other hand, amounted to only $60,000.
This self-paced, interactive program, created using QuickTime Virtual Reality (QTVR), affords students the opportunity to study the various bones of the skeletal system in the human body at their own pace and on their own time.
QTVR is an immersive technology that gives the user control to interact with images in a non-linear manner.