Hi, Emil -
I clicked on the images & got a window with a black background but
nothing ever downloaded...I have a 56k modem, so i expected it would be
slowish, but nothing happened.
BTW, how did you get photos of main street in Bar Harbor with so few
people? i couldn't make it to the conference, but I remember from a much
earlier visit that it was packed, even before the 4th of July!
Emil Huston wrote:
> I've finally managed to put together my share of images that we took during our Digital Photography workshop last summer in Maine. I had enough images to build three VRs. For those who don't know we decided to use the three digital cameras we had in that morning session and then to select each of us our favorites, for assembling them using the QTVR Studio software for the afternoon class. Some people who attended the conference in Maine will be surprised to discover themselves in some areas of my VR scenes. (In some cases a lot of zooming will be necessary) I also wanted to experiment a little bit this time with a slightly higher resolution, than the one I commonly used to use for fast downloading purposes, just to see how much zooming into a VR scene could be done and thus how far one could see into the landscape. So maybe slower connections will have a few more minutes to wait before images will appear.
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> New pictures and artwork from the conference in Maine is posted at:
> There is a new category for artwork from sketching fieldtrips, one for the
> Tidal pool fieldtrip, the Wild Gardens of Acadia and one for sunset trips to
> Cadillac Mountain.
> Thanks to Elissa Gore, Clara Simpson and Frank Ippolito for sending them in!
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