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7/01/2010

Forgotten Places - A World Wide Panorama

On June 19th - 27th 2010, Ralph Greene and photographers from all over the world, collaborated on an international photography project.They each photographed and prepared a VR panorama on the theme of "Forgotten Places". The results show amazing imagination and variety.

If you have never experienced a VR panorama this is an excellent way to find out what it is all about. These computer images spin around 360°, sometimes also straight up and down, allowing you to look in any direction. It is as if you are "virtually" there.

View Ralph Greene's submission

Visit The World Wide Panorama web site

Other examples of Ralph Green's VR photography can be seen here.

10/25/2009

Arjay Multimedia's FSR IPS Planner has won an Award of Distinction from the International Academy of Visual Arts Communicator Awards. The Communicator Awards honors creative excellence in communications, and entries are judged by their most stringent critics—industry peers.

For 15 years the Communicator Awards has honored the best creative work in the communications field. Interactive entries are judged against a high standard of excellence based on the Communicator Awards' 14-year history of judging work, rather than against each other.

View the FSR IPS Planner

10/15/2008

Arjay Multimedia's New Jersey History Kids web site has won an Award of Distinction from the International Academy of Visual Arts Communicator Awards. The Communicator Awards honors creative excellence in communications, and entries are judged by their most stringent critics—industry peers. This year, the competition received more than 8,500 entries from companies and agencies of all sizes, making it one of the largest awards of its kind in the world.

View the New Jersey History Kids web site

10/1/2008

Color - A World Wide Panorama

September 18th - 23th Ralph Greene and 196 other photographers, mostly strangers to each other, collaborated on an international photography project. Working in 44 countries around the world they each photographed and prepared a VR panorama on the theme of "Color". The results show amazing imagination and variety.

If you have never experienced a VR panorama this is an excellent way to find out what it is all about. These computer images spin around 360°, sometimes also straight up and down, allowing you to look in any direction. It is as if you are "virtually" there.

View Ralph Greene's submission

Visit The World Wide Panorama web site

 

To view The World Wide Panorama site requires the QuickTime plug in. If needed it can be downloaded here.

 

 

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