Discover the first public virtual tour made with Panotour Pro v2 and the Swiss Air Force PC-7 TEAM


Monday 17 June 2013

Climb aboard, fasten your seatbelt and experience the PC-7 TEAM

On its website, Blick.ch, publishes the first public virtual tour made with Panotour Pro version 2. Climb aboard, fasten your seatbelt and experience the PC-7 TEAM, an aerobatics team of the Swiss Air Force, over Switzerland arround 400 kph!

Dominik Baumann, professional photographer and Panotour Pro version 2 beta tester, took the shoot

Dominik Baumann, professional photographer and Panotour Pro version 2 beta tester, took the shot & made the virtual tour. If you want to read his feelings about the flight, just visit Blick.ch.

We agree with some comments which say that the design of the tour could have been better! However, for some reasons, Blick.ch decided to publish a simpler version of the original tour we submitted. Here is the tour made by Kolor & Dominik Baumann:

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Summary
Author Rating
5
Software Name
Panotour Pro 2
Operating System
Windows, Mac, Linux

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5 Responses to “Discover the first public virtual tour made with Panotour Pro v2 and the Swiss Air Force PC-7 TEAM”

  1. Philippe - Kolor Says:

    Hello François, the whole tour is done within PTP2. There is no need to external coding solution. Warm regards,
    Philippe


  2. François O. Says:

    Hi,

    Does the original tour made by Kolor & Dominik Baumann (Swiss Air Force PC-7 TEAM) include specific coding (HTML/Flash/XML … whatsoever) or does everything seen on the different menus displayed can be achieve only by setting well PanoTour V2 ?

    Best Regards,
    François.


  3. Hans Says:

    How in the world was he able to stitch images together that were taken from a moving plane? I would think there would be significant change from one frame to the next at this speed. Very impressive work and I can’t wait for the new version of Panotour Pro!


  4. Philippe - Kolor Says:

    Hello Henrik, for some reasons, Blick.ch decided to publish a simpler version of the original tour we submitted. We have updated our post with the original tour. Warm regards, Philippe


  5. Henrik Taaning Says:

    WOW!

    Impressive pictures, but the tour design could be better. After all it the first public glimpse of PTP 2.0 :-)

    Cheers

    Henrik


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