A big thanks to all the people who came along to the lecture in Kyoto at Ritsumekan University. As part of the lecture we captured a panorama which can be viewed in quicktime virtual reality (2.7Mb). The lighting was tricky and its not the best ‘floor’ patch in the world.. if we get the time we will revisit it to clean it up a bit.
Thanks go to Keiji Yano at the Department of Geography, Ritsumeikan University, Keiji has recently launched a web based version of the Virtual Kyoto project – we will have a full post on the development and the web viewer from CADCentre on this soon. Thanks also go to NinomiyaAkila from Pencil Design Studio who covered the event and has translated a number of our posts into Japanese. Thanks to Ninomiya, take a look at his site for panoramas and quicktime news – he even has a panorama of the lecture presentation from the perspective of the audience.