Spherical Images have produced the world’s first interactive 360 degree Annual Report. Users can look around an image from the top of St Paul’s and see all of the premises owned or managed by Workspace Group. Clicking on the pulldown menu allows you to quickly jump to key points of interest.
With all the interest in our central London panoramas we have recently updated our St Paul’s Golden Gallery GigaPixel panorama to feature some of the new skyscrapers – this includes the Walkie Talkie and the Cheese Grater you can see the updated version of the image here.
We have also shot a brand new 360 panorama from the top of the spire of St Bride’s Church. This image has the advantage of actually featuring St Paul’s in the shot. It is also shot in such a way that it looks like an aerial 360 image and you appear to float above the church. You can find the St Bride’s London Cityscape image here.
We have recently completed this virtual tour of the stunning Fayair facility in Stanstead. Owned by Mohammed Al Fayed and setup in competition of his previous Harrods airline, it is the epitome of luxury and style.
We shot views from the East, South and West of the Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth, allowing members of the public to view the scene they are looking at in far more detail than the human eye can normally see. Here’s a shot of Henry below, taking images for the project.
The woods Silver Fleet virtual tours have just gone live, click on the image below to be taken through to the virtual tour of the Silver Sturgeon, the pride of the Silver Fleet.
Here’s a gigapixel from the Shell Building, showing the London Eye and the incredible view from there at sunset – during the ‘Blue Hour’.
We’re delighted to have our first appearance on the Wall Street Journal! Watch the video here to see us shown as part of the CURB Media Sky Tweeting campaign:
Check out the 360 we shot of the Paddy Power sky tweets at the Ryder Cup in Chicago:
Here’s the YouTube video showing the making of the stunt.
‘The Beast’ (not to be confused with a certain sprinter) is being built, here’s a sneak peak of the 32 core processors with their massive coolers on the motherboard. The Beast is going to allow us to smash all records for stitching speeds and also allow us to stich projects for other photographers.