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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Danford has been working with virtual reality photography since the introduction of Quicktime VR by Apple in 1994.
Through the technology of QuickTime VR, you see them in the round by rotating them through 360 degrees and zooming in on details.
It demonstrates that Flash and QuickTime VR technology can be used to improve a site's usability rather than detract from it.
The SpinImage DV software also allows the choice of QuickTime VR output--one of the standards for interactive Web content, which allows zooming in and out, plus rotation.
According to Quark the software, which allows electronic mockups to be delivered in JPEG or QuickTime VR format, can be used to provide 3D proofs via e-mail or web postings to clients who can then view the designs from every angle.
Interactive Pictures calls its IPIX 'the world's leading immersive photography technology,' ignoring pioneering, and dominant, Apple QuickTime VR.
In another section of the site, you can watch a special Quicktime VR movie which gives a guided tour of the work of one of Britain's most respected caricaturists Gerald Scarfe, who created and brought to life most of the film's characters.
James promotes a product called QuickTime VR (virtual reality) for the Macintosh, which makes it possible to develop and walk through interactive, real world, or computer-generated images.
Earlier this month, Tower Records launched what it described as a virtual reality Web site created using Apple's QuickTime VR technology.
360@ panorama stitch output to QuickTime VR and HTML
E[acute accent]--Exports 360 degrees virtual tour panoramas to both QuickTime VR and HTML formats
Educators featured at the DLexpo in New York include New York Times' technology columnist David Pogue, Andy Ihnatko from the Chicago Sun-Times, Colin Smith, founder of Photoshop Cafe, David Barrett of R/com Networks, Apple's Don Henderson, renowned QuickTime VR specialist Dennis Biela, FlyFingers' founder Lesa Snider, and a host of nationally-recognized Apple Distinguished Educators.