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Taking the World Wide Panorama Project further.
Additonal information for Event WWP906 : Transportation
This page is for additional 360 degree photography.
The world Wide Panorama is a website showcasing 360 degree photography from around the world. The 360s are shown as interactive Q.T.V.R. movies.(Quick Time Virtual Reality). It is possible to create interactive virtual tours using 360 degree photographs by linking the 360s together with hotspots. The 360 degree photos are created using specialised stitching software that joins together a series of images into a cylinder or sphere. These images have to be taken with a special panoramic tripod known as a VR tripod. There are lots of websites with 360 VR tours on them, go and take a look.

This page is for additional information for my entrey into the World Wide Panorama project.

My entry on the WWP site for this event can be seen by clicking HERE.


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Title : WWP906: Transportation - Leawood Pumping Station and Cromford Canal.
Fullscreen version : plugin free version.
Photograph taken : September 22nd 2006

Click the thumbnail to view the full screen 360 photograph.

This is BEST viewed using either FireFox or Opera browsers as these two support proper fullscreen viewing. To see the photos in fullscreen with these browsers all you have to do is...

1) Click the thumbnail here on the left of the screen to open the 360 viewer.
2) Press the F11 key on the top row of your keyboard. This will expand the screen to fit the full area of the screen.
3) To get back to normal view, simply click the Close link at the bottom of the viewer and then press F11. Simple as that !!
Video footage of Leawood Pump :
Click here to watch the video
or click HERE to watch the video.

This short video allows you to see the workings of Leawood Pumping Station. You will be able to see the boiler making the steam which drives the beam which moves the large green plunger. This transports the water from the river Derwent into the Cromford Canal.

Just click on the link on the left to watch it (required broadband)







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