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Services Descriptions Panoramic Tours
are individual 360-degree panoramas that have been linked to each other so that the visitor can move from location to location within the spaces made available for viewing. These tours can contain embedded content activated by touch/mouse-click for showing content enlargements, additional information, or audio and video. This service provides two quality levels of panorama: high resolution output optimized to balance quality and download speed, and an even higher resolution for clients who have high-bandwidth recipients, or are looking for an archival level of quality. Each individual panorama is created with multiple images precisely stitched together and retouched for a stunning immersive result. The results surpass any in-camera automated result. Best of all, individual panoramas and panoramic tours are easily viewed on desktop, mobile and VR headset - they can be presented stand-alone or integrated into a website. Individual panoramas can be shown in panorama-capable social media, such as Facebook.
See the Panoramic Tours gallery here: Panoramic Tours 3D from Artifacts
are 3D mesh and textured models created from a series of photographs taken from around an object at all possible angles. This service provides a very high resolution, accurate result, working from 100-150 final photographs. The object can be small to large. The only requirement is good visual access during imaging. The final models can be looked at directly and interactively in 3D model viewing software, or used in virtual galleries as content. This process produces fully realized three-dimensional mesh models with textures, which is the most advanced approach to object recreation. If this level of output and functional flexibility is not required, see '360º Rotations' below for a similarly dynamic and very cost-effective alternative that produces compelling presentations.
See the 3D from Artifacts gallery here: 3D from Artifacts 360º Imaging
is created from a series of photographs typically taken while an object is rotated on a turntable throughout a range of angles (alternatively, the camera can be moved in an arc around an object). This service provides a very high resolution, while achieving exceptional economy, producing a dynamic result with even just a few photographs. The object can be small, or very large. The only requirement is good viewing access. The images are then spun around in a browser, using a mouse or touch, achieving as much as a 360-degree rotation left or right, and in appropriate circumstances additional vertical viewing angles may be included.
See the 360º Imaging gallery here: 360º Imaging Virtual Galleries
for art and products are photorealistic galleries built in the computer. Into these galleries, 2D flat art, or 3D models of objects, can be placed for the accurate simulation of an exhibition. The final rendered images can be two-dimensional or panoramas. The virtual gallery provides access to any form of environmental space without the need or expense of securing a real-world location.
To provide affordability, this service has a variety of pre-fabricated three-dimensional environments that are in essence, ‘rented out’. Aesthetic customizations are available. If you wish to present flat art, this art is placed on the walls with appropriate lighting. If your item is three-dimensional, it is situated and lit to highlight its form and character.
The goal is to present your art or product as though present in the world, especially when exhibition would otherwise be difficult, expensive or impossible. The effect is especially compelling when the option to create a panorama or immersive tour is employed. And the great thing is that your exhibition continues with only the nominal Web-hosting costs you already pay for a website, and for as long as you desire - no 'next show' pushes you out.
See the Virtual Galleries gallery here: Collection Photography Collection Photography
goes hand in hand with the other imaging services described here. Specific subjects may be captured for 360º presentation, which therefore includes multiple individual images as well.
Or, collection photography may set out to capture an optimal presentation from a single perspective.
Whether the goal is to image an interior in a museum, an exhibition that may only be temporary, or artifacts that merit high-resolution visual display that can reach many more than can view such items in person, (not to mention items that should not be handled), collection photography is a specialty offered by this service.
See the Collection Photography gallery here: Collection Photography Dynamic Closeups
for artifacts is a presentation method that shows the subject matter in its entirety, while also providing screen controls for zooming in to exceptional detail.
Items in a collection are usually imaged at a very high resolution, but when shown to fit a screen most of the details are indistinguishable. By formatting these images for interactive viewing, details can be revealed.
Large images could be loaded into a website, but the download delay would be prohibitive. The secret of dynamic closeups is that details are delivered on demand, depending on the area of interest selected by the site visitor.
See the Dynamic Closeups gallery here: Dynamic Closeups
Any entity looking to draw in a captivated audience. These are some notable organizations and individuals represented in the portfolio of this service: