We wanted to test our process for capturing a gigapixel aerial 360, so we stayed local and visited one of London’s greatest open spaces: Hampstead Heath. We captured this aerial 360 via a drone that we launched near Parliament Hill. Local Londoners can zoom in and view their favourite spots. You can see London’s best […]
London: here you can read about London in virtual tours and see examples of London 360 virtual tours.
The Brief We were briefed by the lovely folk at Bandstand (the creative agency for St Mary Axe) to create a series of 360s from the summit of 30 St Mary Axe. The client required panoramic views from the building in different lights; really letting people experience the incredible views across London at different times […]
Drone 360 We’ve been out testing with our drones over Abney Park Cemetery in Stoke Newington. We are testing different set-ups to overcome the challenges of drone 360 photography. Images from a drone can be compromised by these challenges – for example, you only get a short fly time, the drones have a tendency to […]
This year, M&S have created a storm on social media with their Follow the Fairies campaign. The fairies, Magic & Sparkle, perform random acts of kindness, such as the Cornish primary children getting into school and finding it magically covered in snow! Initially, the two fairies were anonymous, and there was much press speculation about […]
Eye Revolution founder Will Pearson’s interactive 360 Shard images are featured in The Guardian today. The interactive interface shows the images in a deep zoom format, allowing users to really get up close and see the detail, as well as click on hotspots and experience an audio journey around London. Click here to view the […]
This interactive 360 tour over London from Chelsea was captured at 200 feet above the ground using a drone helicopter – about the height of 14 double-decker buses piled on top of each other. The interactive aerial panorama was captured from a point above the old Lots Road Power Station, with views of Chelsea Harbour […]
2012 is an exciting year for London, with the Jubilee celebrations, the Olympics and Paralympics. One of the events for London this summer with lasting impact was the launch on 28 June of the Emirates Air line – the first cable car over the Thames, linking North and South London, and Britain’s first urban cable […]
In May 2012 The Shard London Bridge will top out and become the tallest building in the European Union. Eye Revolution owner Will Pearson was commissioned to climb to the dizzying 310m peak and capture a 360 panorama overlooking London. It was a challenging shoot (where Will had to signal to the crane driver to […]
Totteridge Manor is split into 5 separate apartments. These virtual tours show inside the Penthouse apartment, complete with a retractable roof, which in common with the rest of the electrics, is controlled via an iPad!
The Groucho Club is a media focused private members club in Soho. The virtual tour shows the Groucho’s outdoor smoking area.
The Criterion Restaurant is part of London’s literary history, famously acting as the backdrop to the scene where Conan-Doyle had Watson first hearing mention of Sherlock Holmes. It has featured in Betjeman’s ‘The Varsity Students’ Rag'(“I wish you’d seen the rag we had in the Grill Room at the Cri.”) as well as many other […]
The Brief Eye Revolution were commissioned to give the public a unique glimpse inside 10 Downing Street using 360 interactives. The Prime Minister changes and along with a new PM, the decor in the study, the portraits on the wall and other alterations to the building take place. Thus the images would also act as […]
It’s three years since Eye Revolution were commissioned to give the public their first glimpse inside 10 Downing Street. Now we are pleased to announce that we have worked on new and updated virtual tours for the new No.10 website. In fact, the tours offer much more than a glimpse, giving the viewer the opportunity […]
Built in 1963, Millbank Tower on the banks of the River Thames is well known as a political base – the Labour Party ran its General Election campaign for 1997 here and continued to occupy the Tower as Labour Headquarters until 2003. Since 2006, the Conservative Party have based their headquarters in the complex. It […]
Pigeons have enormous fields of vision – they can see 340-degrees around without moving, thanks to their side-mounted eyes. A panoramic perspective on these birds in Trafalgar Square, London, shows an even greater field of vision as they take flight.
Regent’s Park was first conceived as a hunting ground by Henry VIII, who fenced off the lands to secure the area from poachers and keep the deer contained for Royal hunts. It became a park as we know it today when leading architect John Nash was called in to landscape the area and design villas […]
High resolution virtual tours of the Queen’s Walk, London, by Eye Revolution photographer, Will Pearson. Please click the thumbnail panoramas to view the virtual tours.
This Leadenhall Market virtual tour shows one of London’s oldest food markets, known to have been in existence since at least the 13th century. The current buildings are Victorian, and comprise stunning colour, wrought iron and glasswork. Leadenhall Market is on Gracechurch Street in the City of London.
Hyde Park is the biggest Royal Park and covers 340 acres of land in Central London. It was created in the 17th century, and finally fenced in by Charles II. It was the scene of famous duels and even coach races (Cromwell was dragged by a horse here, and a pistol went off in his […]
The Guildhall is the administrative and ceremonial centre of the City of London. The building itself has parts dating from 1411, and is sited on the foundations of a Roman amphitheatre. It has a rich history with trials held within its halls for Thomas Cranmer the protestant reformer and martyr and of Lady Jane Grey, […]