VirtuaMedia, utilizing QuickTime VR (Apple’s award-winning photorealistic cross-platform virtual reality technology), makes it possible to both explore places as if you were really there or view an object (ie: product) to give the illusion that the “user” is physically picking up and turning an object. The user can utilize the mouse or keyboard to manipulate viewing angles to move around an object or environment. The user can also zoom in or out to enlarge or reduce the size of the displayed object or location.

At the intersection of commercial photography and virtua technology, QuickTime VR takes the photographic image from the flat, two-dimensional world into a more “immersive” 3D experience for the user. This interactive approach allow the viewer to explore and examine detailed virtual worlds using a computer and mouse, offering interactive virtual reality scenes with point-and-click simplicity, turning photography into attention-grabbing 360-degree views. Both objects and panoramas can be fully interactive, with zooming, animation, and hot spots linked to other multimedia experiences such as video. VirtuaMedia makes any product or environment come-to-life, offering exciting additions to any educational, entertainment, or commercial web site!

These examples are in a quicktime format. Quicktime VR works in both the Mac and PC environments, so don’t worry it will play on your machine. The “Q” that will appear indicates that the image is loading. The loading process time will vary according to your internet speed.

Click the links below for some of our examples.

FineLine Marketing: VirtuaMedia

Ray Allen Bobblehead
Animated Alarm Clock
Prototype Package Design

Below are some examples of panoramic photography. We can take any physical area, whether it be outside or indoors, and turn it into an interactive experience. Just click on a picture and drag your mouse to see the entire space.

FineLine Marketing: Panoramic Photography

Rock Band
City Block