QuickTime VR Portfolio, page 2

(the best portfolio samples were on the previous page, the ones on this page are from the "early years" of QTVR)

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Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART)

Union Station, downtown, next to the Hyatt Hotel 150K Quicktime required

Bundy Drive in Brentwood

a virtual visit to the Simpson murder site (without annoying the neighbors)! There are 4 single nodes connected by hotspots. Quicktime required

Dealey Plaza

view the JFK assassination site from all angles with Quicktime VR (121K) Quicktime required

 

Highland Park Village

Oldest shopping center in America? It is definitely one of the most charming. There are 4 single nodes connected by hotspots.

Santa Barbara County Courthouse

This is a 5 node tour of a very beautiful courthouse in Southern California. (155k ea.) There are 4 single nodes connected by hotspots.

 

Shiner Brewery Tour

I recently did a Quicktime VR tour of the Shiner Brewery in Shiner, Texas. I think that Sibley Peteet Design in Dallas did a great job designing the site and employing my Quicktime VR. 

 
 

Carmel Mission

Take a virtual tour of what is without a doubt one of the oldest and most beautiful of old Spanish missions in the United States. There are 6 single nodes connected by hotspots.

 the Fort Worth Water Gardens (683k)

is a 4 node multi-node Quicktime VR. The Water Gardens were designed by one of the most successful and influential architects of the 20th century.

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Please check back for more QTVR portfolio. I will be adding more in the near future.

All Quicktime VRs on this site are owned and copyrighted by the person who created them:

Christopher Mann , a commercial photographer who has specialized for many years in architectural, travel, and corporate photography.

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