An exciting commission for Eye Revolution has been the 360 views of the BBC’s new ‘The World’s Newsroom’. Next to the old Broadcasting House in Portland Place, The World’s Newsroom comprises some of the most advanced technology in the broadcasting world. It is the BBC’s biggest television service and reaches more than 276 million homes, […]
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The Brief The Royal Household’s Royal.gov.uk website was undergoing a complete revamp, and required a series of 360 images so the public could view hitherto unseen areas of the Royal Palaces. The virtual tours would need to include hotspots which would open additional information on particular objects of interest in the Royal Collection. The Challenges […]
Please note that these images contain some nudity. Our 360 shoot for “dark fashion” label Mother of London is now VR enabled. Open the link in your smartphone and then place it into a VR headset to experience a fashion shoot with an edge. Stills photography © Allan Amato and 360 interactive images © Will […]
Creating massive scarring on the landscape, quarries can over time, become places of surreal beauty themselves, reclaimed for plants and wildlife. These panoramas show the early stage of this reclamation of an abandoned quarry in the Peak District in Derbyshire.
Wind farm virtual tour of the sunset over the wind turbines in the USA desert.
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.
High definition virtual tours photographed in Death Valley, California by Eye Revolution photographer Will Pearson. Death valley is the lowest, driest and hottest place in the USA. These Death valley virtual tours shows the ‘Devil’s Golf Course’ – an area of Death Valley famed for its unusual salt formations. Please click the thumbnails below to […]
Chennai (formerly Madras) is an industrial city on the south-eastern Indian coast, and is the capital of Tamil Nadu state. Despite its commercial significance, it’s also well known for its cultural heritage and temple architecture. The coastline was badly hit by the 2004 Tsunami, with more than 200 dead, and many more displaced and losing […]