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On the following pages you will find more than 300 interactive panoramas. A large proportion of them are spherical panoramas, the perfect way to represent a room. The viewer is in the center and moves the space around him. There are also 360-degree panoramas and classical panoramic images with resolutions down to gigapixels.
inverted spherical panorama
an example from »specials«
With a panoramic image on your website, you achieve a significantly longer page viewing time. This gives you the ability to attract your customers' emotions. A crucial role is played by the quality of the panorama. Present yourself professionally, and your customer will be convinced of your product.
The project examples show a variety of different areas in which I successfully used panoramic images. Among the "Specials" you'll find a variety of unusual panoramic formats and a few specific images.
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I hope you enjoy watching!
Heiner Sträßer, February 2012
Protestant village church in Waltersdorf.
A simple stone building from the 12th century contains a colourful church. The church had been built by Flemings who had moved here from their coastal homelands after terrible destructions of a big flood. The rich décor is a donation of the landlord Johann Heinrich Berger and his children, after beeing ennobled in 1717 by the emperor Karl VI. The paintings were done by Joseph Gerlach in 1754.
The angel which is tied to a rope was used for baptising. Originally the churches had a baptismal font, but in baroque times many churches became to small for all the believers who wanted to join the mass. To get more space, the baptismal font was taken away and replaced by an angel. Tied to a rope, the angel was pulled to the roof and dropped down when needed. The angel's arms carried a basin with the water needed for baptising.
Today the church is in danger to collapse.