Twin Peaks San Francisco Interactive Panorama and Embedded Video

Above is a 360 x 180 degree panorama of Twin Peaks in San Francisco complete with an embedded video hanging between the two aerial masts. Click ‘Load’ the video with sound will appear shortly after the panorama, you can then click and drag in the normal way to pan around scene, zoom in and out using the either the mouse wheel or the Ctrl/Shift keys.

We recommend clicking ‘Open’ to view fullscreen to fully experience the video/panorama mix.

For those who just want a quick look at how it works we have included a video preview below:


San Francisco Panorama with Embedded Video from digitalurban on Vimeo.

We don’t say this often about our own examples, but we think its pretty neat…

Author Bio

Andy is Professor of Digital Urban Systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London.

5 Comments

  1. Дмитрий Шилоносов - February 13, 2009

    how is it possible to include video in panorama? what software did you use?

  2. Anonymous - February 14, 2009

    @Дмитрий Шилоносов : have a look at papervision3d, that will answer your question.

    Nice panorama however 🙂

  3. Anonymous - February 14, 2009

    For this specific example, they used this:
    http://www.flashificator.com

  4. alfski - February 15, 2009

    Very cool.
    It would be even better if the audio also moved around the soundstage as well. Or maybe it does? I’m listening with headphones.

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