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360º Virtual Tours: A Primer

While 360º virtual tours are not something new, I have found a way of using many specialized tools, from taking the photos and stitching them together to post processing and wrapping it in a format that can be used on many media such as the web, CDs and even portable devices such as phones.

[Click here to view an example of the 360º virtual tour] 

These tools have made making these virtual tours extremely reliable and relatively quick compared to other all-in-one solutions, while retaining the highest image quality available. 

Due to file size constraints, the details that can be seen on the virtual tours on this website are a fraction of the details that can be viewed on the original images. A full resolution virtual tour would be good enough for HD viewing.

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Greece - Thassos Museum

A Flash-based 360º panorama of this wonderful museum.

Thassos Museum

 

Saudi Arabia - Tarut Fort

The Tarut Fort holds promise of many significant archaeological finds in the levels beneath it.

Tarut Fort

 

France - L'Imperial Palace in Annecy

One of the rooms in a suite at the hotel where the Friendship Tour team stayed.

Hotel room

 

Scotland - Blair Castle

The entrance to Blair Castle showing an extensive arms collection.

Blair Castle

 

Turkey - Alanya

One of the villas in Alanya designed by our Finnish architect friends. Alanya has become something of a hotspot for Europeans over the past few years, with many of them making this town their second home.

Villa in Alanya Villa in Alanya

 

Syria - Citadel of Aleppo

This grand castle was built between 12 and 16AD on a 50 metre high hill.

 

Syria - Krak des Chevaliers/Qal’at Salah El-Din

They are the most significant remaining examples of fortresses dating from the Crusader period.

Crac des Chevaliers/Qal’at Salah El-Din Crac des Chevaliers/Qal’at Salah El-Din

 

Palmyra, Syria: Bel's Temple

Palmyra - Bel's Temple

 

Bosra, Syria: Roman Amphitheatre

This ancient Roman amphitheatre is the largest intact one of its kind in the world today.

Bosra: Roman amphitheatre

 

Damascus, Syria: The Great Omayyad Mosque

Damascus, Syria: The Great Omayyad Mosque

 

Amman, Jordan: The Roman Amphitheatre

Roman amphitheatre in Amman, Jordan