We have new improvements for you!

Publicat el 21/12/12 a la secció de Press

Per viewAt.org Team

viewAt.org robot
From now on, if you publish your  panoramas at viewAt.org you can do it within an equirectangular format and we will automatically convert it into an image cube. This greatly improves the display quality on the web, enhancing speed and also allows you to view your pano  in HTML5 format, required for iPads and iPod devices.

We work to improve and provide you the dissemination of your work every day. We hope you are now even more comfortable with us.

And remember, we now offer much more for just a few euros, with new Pro accounts You can view your panoramas (including the embedded ones) and your profile folders statistics for your customers, generating virtual tours, and much more!

Enter your personal panel management and find:
http://www.viewat.org/?sec=pbl

The ViewAt.org team

Summary of the highlights of November

Publicat el 03/12/12 a la secció de Press

Per viewAt.org Team

161 new panoramas have been published this month on viewAt.org.
Of which the fived more rated are:


Galtajl Monkey Temple 02, Jaipur, India

by Bernard Custard


Oia at Dawn, Santorini

by Wilfried Glocar


Walking around the streets, Jaisalmer, India

by Bernard Custard


Galtajl Monkey Temple, Jaipur, India

by Bernard Custard


Pakora makers, Rajasthan, India

by Bernard Custard

And the most relevant authors are:

Heiner Straesser
from Munich/Germany

Bernard Custard
from Valencia, Spain.

Henry Alvarez

Wilfried Glocar
from Germany

Soledad Tante Agudo
from Polán (Toledo) ESPAÑA

At last! The Pro accounts of viewAt.org are here!

Publicat el 19/11/12 a la secció de Press

Per viewAt.org Team

Above all, we would like to thank you for your support of this project which started way back in 2007 as an artistic experiment and has gone from strength to strength to become a worldwide community.

About a year ago, we realised that, given our expansion and to promote sustainability, we needed to create a more robust business model which would enable us to incorporate improvements that would be both attractive and useful for your work. Throughout this time, we have been hard at it to make this possible, stealing time from other projects to reach this day.

And finally … We are now able to present our first two Pro accounts!

With your Pro Accounts you will be able to create panoramas of both public and private domain, the latter in case you want to restrict viewing to your own customers. You can also generate virtual tours very simply and embed them in your website. On top of that, you will have access to the individual statistics of your panoramas and will have greater visibility within viewAt.org.

These are only a few examples of the many things you can do with a Pro account, which will be completed very soon by the incorporation of the Platinum account.

Naturally we shall continue to offer our Free account, the only change to which is the inclusion of a small publicity strip at the top of the embedded panoramas.

We hope you have fun with the Pro accounts and you find them useful. Of course we would like your feedback and any suggestions you make are welcome.

Once again, all the viewAt.org team really appreciate your support, participation and contributions to a project that could not exist were it not for you.

The viewAt.org team

Summary of the highlights of October

Publicat el 05/11/12 a la secció de Press

Per viewAt.org Team

199 new panoramas have been published this month on viewAt.org.
Of which the fived more rated are:


Hawa Mahal Palace, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

by Bernard Custard


Stena Line ferry, Karlskona, Sweden

by Kamil Brzostowski Kamilby


Castellers a la Plaça del Vi de Girona

by Jaume Llorens Bach


Germir Panagia Church, Cappadocia, Kayseri

by Heiner Straesser


Northern façade of Saint-Sulpice

by Andrew Varlamov

And the most relevant authors are:

Vincent Cibula
from Banska Bystrica (SVK)

Carlos Anillo
from Logroño, La Rioja, España

Konstantin Brizhnichenko
from Ukraine, Donetsk reg.

Bernard Custard
from Valencia, Spain.

Soledad Tante Agudo
from Polán (Toledo) ESPAÑA

Fotografía panorámica esférica sin trípode

Publicat el 18/10/12 a la secció de Collaborations

Per Manuel Vega Velazquez

Fotografía panorámica esférica sin trípode. Técnica de realización sin trípode y con lentes de ojo de pez. September 14, 2011

http://janavgar.wordpress.com/article/fotografia-panoramica-esferica-1q5sacssxkdl7-2/

Se explica de forma sencilla la técnica de realización de fotografías panorámicas esféricas sin trípode. El método explicado es válido para cualquier combinación de cámara con lente de ojo de pez (fisheye).

Summary of the highlights of September

Publicat el 05/10/12 a la secció de Press

Per viewAt.org Team

258 new panoramas have been published this month on viewAt.org.
Of which the fived more rated are:


Amber Fort, Rajasthan, India

by Bernard Custard


Prerromanico Asturiano. Santa Maria del Naranco, Monte Naranco, Oviedo, Asturias, España

by RAIMUNDO PEDRO PORRES GUTIERREZ


Madrid_Jardin Botanico_3

by Soledad Tante Agudo


Madrid_Jardin Botanico_1

by Soledad Tante Agudo


Chiesa della Santissima Trinita di Delia (Sicile, Italie)

by Philippe Durand

And the most relevant authors are:

Soledad Tante Agudo
from Polán (Toledo) ESPAÑA

Carlos Anillo
from Logroño, La Rioja, España

Philippe Durand
from Grenoble, France

Manuel Vega Velazquez
from Cuautitlan Izcalli, Estado deMexico

Bernard Custard
from Valencia, Spain.

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