New VR Panos and Related News

Brian Greenstone of Pangea Software dropped me a note just a bit ago saying that he’d just finished making the first Universal Binary of his PangeaVR plug-in. I’ve been eagerly awaiting this since I’ve not been able to use it effectively on my Intel-based MacBook Pro.

PangeaVR is a panoramic VR viewer for QTVR files, but it utilizes OpenGL and the GPU in your graphics hardware to make the movement liquid-smooth compared to the native performance of QuickTime Player. Like I said, it’s free and it’s a quick and painless install for both PowerPC or Intel-based Macs, so go download it here.

The timing is also good because I’ve just completed two new VRs recently:

I took this in our yard yesterday to capture the fall colors. Be sure to look straight up through the canopy in front of my favorite, five-trunked tree.

This was the tent for Sweet Briar’s huge celebration gala during this year’s Homecoming weekend. A gallery of photos I took during the weekend festivities can be found here.

More VR’s to come…

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