360° VR Photography & Video

interactive virtual tours

360° Panoramas & Virtual Tours

Uri Davillier and crew at Neptune Glassworks in Downtown Los Angeles.
 
Neptune Glassworks, Los Angeles
Launch 360° Pano Uri Davillier and crew at Neptune Glassworks in Downtown Los Angeles.
Rotunda at Los Angeles Central Library. VR interactive photo by Jim Newberry.
 
Rotunda at Los Angeles Central Library
Launch 360° Pano Rotunda at Los Angeles Central Library. VR interactive photo by Jim Newberry.
Grand Central Market VR panorama photo by Jim Newberry.
 
Grand Central Market, Los Angeles
Launch 360° Pano Grand Central Market VR panorama photo by Jim Newberry.
Pasadena City Hall panoramic photo by Jim Newberry.
 
Pasadena City Hall, Pasadena, California
Launch 360° Pano Pasadena City Hall panoramic photo by Jim Newberry.
826LA Writers' Room at Manual Arts High School in Los Angeles, California. Panoramic photo by Jim Newberry.
 
826LA Writers' Room at M.A.H.S. Los Angeles, CA
Launch VR Tour 826LA Writers' Room at Manual Arts High School in Los Angeles, California. Panoramic photo by Jim Newberry.
 
Launch 360° Pano
Griffith Park Observatory, Los Angeles
826LA Time Travel Mart Space Cave
 
826LA Time Travel Mart VR TOUR
Launch VR Tour 826LA Time Travel Mart Space Cave
826LA Mar Vista Store Panorama
 
Launch VR Tour
826LA Mar Vista VR TOUR
826LA Mar Vista Store Panorama
 
Ramova Grill, Chicago, Illinois
Launch 360° Pano
 
Launch 360° Pano
Fallen Fruit's Fruitique
Night market in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Photo by Jim Newberry.
 
Night Market, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Launch 360° Pano Night market in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Photo by Jim Newberry.
Wall To Wall Recording Studio, Chicago. Panorama photo by Jim Newberry.
 
Wall To Wall Recording Studio, Chicago
Launch 360° Pano Wall To Wall Recording Studio, Chicago. Panorama photo by Jim Newberry.
 
Launch 360° Pano
Mural, Highland Park, Los Angeles

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About Panoramic Eye


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Panoramic Eye was formed by Los Angeles based photographer Jim Newberry. When he’s not creating panoramas, you’ll most likely find him shooting portraits or street pictures.

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Questions About 360° Process


What kind of camera do you use?

For 360° photos I use a DSLR camera with high quality lens, and “nodal” tripod head to avoid parallax issues which can cause stitching errors. For 360° video I use a Z Cam S1 camera, which creates stitched videos up to 6K.

What does “spherical panorama” mean?

Spherical panoramas allow you to not only look all around, to see what’s in front of you and behind you, but also to look all the way up and down. Cylindrical panoramas allow you to look all the way around, but not up or down. All of the 360° panoramas I create are spherical. 

Where’s the tripod?

You may have noticed when looking at panoramas elsewhere on the Internet, that when you look down you see a tripod, or a tangled mess of distorted pixels, or a big logo. That’s because it takes extra time and skill to digitally erase the tripod, so when you peer below you only see the floor or ground as it would appear in the scene. My panoramic photos have tripod/camera footprint carefully removed.

 

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jim@panoramiceye.com

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