AirPano has just released stunning 360° videos apps using Kolor Eyes SDK available for iPad

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AirPano introduces 3 free applications for iPad that are now available in Apple Store. The apps offer virtual tours of the most beautiful places of Kamchatka: “Bears 360º”, “Volcano 360º”, and “Geysers 360º”. Each virtual tour features spherical panoramas, 360º videos integrated thanks to Kolor Eyes SDK, a set of photographs, and a brief story about the photo expedition.

Bears 360

Bears 360°” app – the unique interactive 360º photo and video of the most beautiful places around Kurile lake. One of the craters of the long-extinct Kamchatka volcano (caldera) is filled with picturesque Kurile Lake. It’s the second largest freshwater reservoir in Kamchatka. On a clear day a surface of the lake becomes a mirror that reflects volcanoes, creating landscapes of unimaginable beauty. It is a land of tens bears.

Geyser 360

Geyser 360°” app – the unique interactive 360º photo and video of the Valley of Geysers, Russia, Kamchatka. The Valley of Geysers — one of the most famous attractions of Kamchatka region and the world. There are dozens of similar canyons in Kamchatka, but this is the only one with 40 geysers and numerous hot springs stretched 6 km from the mouth of the river. All known modern forms of hydrothermal activity is represented in the valley.

Volcano 360

Volcano 360°” app – the unique interactive 360º photo and video of the Plosky Tolbachik volcano eruption, Kamchatka, Russia which has been taken in December 2012 by AirPano Team. Thanks to our own method for filming and editing 360º photo and video you can not only see the volcano eruption captured from the air, but also select any viewing angle.

What is AirPano?

AirPano is a non-commercial project focused on high resolution 3D aerial panoramas. The AirPano team is a group of Russian photographers and panorama enthusiasts who has shot a variety of aerial panoramas and create virtual 3D tours of the most interesting places of our planet.

  • Max | Mar 18, 2014 at 0 h 55 min

    Ohh AIR pano, how I love the.

    AMAZING work once again!

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