One of the best kept secrets in the Philadelphia area is the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum.
Located just outside of Philadelphia near the airport, this 1000-acre hidden gem is the largest freshwater tidal marsh in Pennsylvania.
Despite its urban surroundings, over 300 species of birds have been documented here.
This 360 degree time-lapse video was taken in the winter, so there weren’t many birds around, but we plan on returning in the spring as birds migrate from their winter homes.
360 degree video has the potential to allow the viewer to escape to new worlds by providing a fully immersive experience when using a dedicated 360 degree viewer along with headphones.
Imagine if you were an avid hiker, but circumstances no longer allowed you to visit your favorite spot along your secret trail.
Well, thanks to 360 degree video technology, you may be able to visit your spot without ever leaving your home.
The video posted below was shot along the Wissahickon Trail in Philadelphia, but a similar video could be shot along any trails at any spot in the world.
Unlike still photos, 360 video allows the viewer to look around a constantly shifting environment at their own pace — or simply settle in on a particular view and live in the moment.
It’s not hard to believe that one day, we may be able to click on a spot along the Appalachian Trail in Google Maps from the comfort of our living room and suddenly be transported thanks to 360 degree video.
This is not some future vision — 360 degree video technology is available today.
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3dprintingdog is pleased to announce the introduction of 360 degree photo and video services.
Virtual reality (VR) may be years away, but 360 degree photos and video are available today!
360 degree photos and video are 2-dimensional images shot from a stationary position. The viewer can look to the left and to the right as well as look up and down.
These amazing visuals are created using a special 360 degree camera which has 2 lenses on opposite sides, each capturing 180 degrees. The images are stitched together using special software.
Social media platforms like YouTube and Facebook have already embraced the 360 degree file formats so users came “move around” in 360 degree space.
Using a special viewer, like Google Cardboard, will allow for a full immersion experience to transport the viewer to any location in the world.
For more information about hiring 3dprintingdog for your next 360 degree project, contact us at info@3dprintingdog.
3dprintingdog is pleased to announce the launch of aerial photography and videography services that are now available in Philadelphia and around the Delaware Valley.
Storytelling has taken to the sky.
Are you a marketer looking for a compelling hook for your large-scale product or service? Are you a contractor looking to share the progress of your project with your stakeholders? Wouldn’t it be great to have some aerial footage to help tell your story?
Not too long ago, making aerial videos meant chartering a plane or a helicopter, which made it too expensive for most projects.
Today, thanks to new technology and changing regulations, making aerial videos are more accessible and affordable than ever!
Dave Kim is a commercially licensed drone pilot who took the FAA exam on the second day it was available and passed on his first try.
He has a design background with a keen eye for all forms of visual media.
Remember, not all drone pilots are good videographers and not all videographers are good drone pilots. The individual you hire needs to be good at both in order for your project to succeed.
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