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PostPosted: Mon Apr 15, 2013 6:08 pm 
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http://www.licht-im-raum.de/de/showroom/showroom_galerie.html

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That's some challenging lighting!


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aaronpriest wrote:
That's some challenging lighting!

Yes . . :cool:

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Nicely done Klaus (great Pano's), but I get a little lost in the tour, and I personally hate the automovement you use, but that is your choice, the getting lost bit happens when I go to the Designers Room, mentally I can't connect the Entry location with the Designers Room location, because the staircase in the Designers Room gives me no link. Not your fault but the clients I guess, a complex floor layout simply needs more speres to be mentally accessible (at least by me). I would have went for more but smaller spheres, in this case 10 100 Mpixel spheres do a better job then 4 700 Mpixel spheres, but you need the 700 Mpixel for the ultra wide view of the website (also something that I do not like at all). But never the less it will draw clients in that's for sure. And the outdoor 1/4 sphere is due to overprotective German privacy laws I guess (that you don't like that much either).

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Artisan S. wrote:
. . because the staircase in the Designers Room gives me no link.

It gives you even TWO links. :cool: : "Entrée" and "Empore"

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Not your fault but the clients I guess, a complex floor layout simply needs more speres to be mentally accessible (at least by me). I would have went for more but smaller spheres, in this case 10 100 Mpixel spheres do a better job then 4 700 Mpixel spheres,

A matter of taste and a matter of what you show. They wanted to show some details. And more spheres would have meant more costs. There´s always a compromise needed in commercial producing.

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but you need the 700 Mpixel for the ultra wide view of the website (also something that I do not like at all).
But never the less it will draw clients in that's for sure.

The outdoor shot only has 120mpx ;) "Drawing in clients" . . . . this is a company manufacturing and dealing rather expensive design stuff. They have no "running by" clients but working nation-/worldwide.
But nevetheless the reaction of their clients are very positive.

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And the outdoor 1/4 sphere is due to overprotective German privacy laws I guess (that you don't like that much either).

Public ground :cool:

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I know, but even world wide customers have to find them right, and your tour sure helps. I whiched more businesses would understand that but I see them getting lured by fully incompetent qualified Google shooters with rather ugly tripods that they show of so nicely in their nadirs. Even famous Dutch design hotels as I've found out lately.

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Why does the starting pano only show a partial sphere? At the opponent side of the street, is there a concurring shop? :D

(no, it is for not loosing the focus)


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