In this talk Manuel Cabral will show us what’s possible when a software expert get’s his hands on Krpano. You will learn about new ways to match your customers needs and even may get inspired to create completely new products around your spherical images.
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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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.
Oculus Rift’s acquisition by Facebook is big news for the VR community, and if you haven’t yet experienced the view of a 360° video on an Oculus Rift you hardly might understand what that fuss is all about. We offer you the opportunity to try the Oculus Rift yourself and find out why others got hooked.
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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