360° panoramic images are a perfect tool document and present archaeological sites. In this talk Dr. Paul Cheney from Utah Valley University will talk about how they mastered the challenges they faced when documenting an archeological excavation in Israel.
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Their tools are anything but small, and so IVRPA is very proud that Thomas Rauscher and his great team from Garden Gnome Software will again be with us at the conference. In the vendors space they will be presenting and explaining all the details of their different tools, and on stage Thomas will show us a lot of new achievements and will give us a sneak peak of the next version of Pano2VR.
IVRPA is happy to announce that Urs Krebs from Seitz, manufacturer of the famous Roundshot VR Drive, will be at our Las Vegas 2014 360° VR Photography conference. Not only to let you evaluate their products but also to give us a presentation of their latest development, the linear rail and dolly system.
He will be accompanied by Dominik Baumann, producer at Ringier/Blick in Switzerland, who will present his recent spherical VR projects with the Swiss Air Force that he created with the VR Drive.
For sheer scale, Google’s involvement in panoramic imaging is unrivaled. At the IVRPA Las Vegas 2014 conference they will be reaching out to get in direct touch with a broader audience of established panoramic photographers to present their goals for the future and to discuss how the passion and commitment we share for the same subject can be used to generate a greater benefit for everyone. One part will be the talk of Evan Rapoport, Product Manager on Google Maps for Photo Sphere, Business Views, & Google Street View.
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Do you want to learn about the latest achievements of Photosynth and how you can use it for your own projects?
IVRPA delivers you first hand information with a talk from Anne Archambault, Senior Program Manager at Microsoft Photosynth.
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During the NYC 2012 IVRPA conference, Willy Kaemena demonstrated a technique developed by Luca Vascon and later popularized by Willy. Since then, this technique has a name, the “Flying Willy“. We had requests to add this workshop back on the schedule of Las Vegas 2014.
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The news and especially the images recently spread all over the web. At our Las Vegas 2014 conference we will bring you a first hand talk from the guys who actually managed to get that terrific image from the top of One World Trade Center. Learn how they closed the deal, managed the many challenges and which hardware tweaks they used.
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