> Panoramas (HTML5/JS)
— Gallery 2 —
Select a topic from the list at left. The available pictures will be
displayed in a thumbnail format (250 x 250 max) — under each topic the newest first,
the oldest last. Click on any of the thumbnails to access a larger and commented version
(800 x 800 max). A still larger version can be opened from there (1600 x 1600 max). The
thumbnails on this page serve as examples and are the newest addition to the respective
Note: If the Large-Picture is opened by clicking on the picture,
the browser window closes automatically after 1 second when it is not the active window anymore.
Landscapes, buildings, plants. The landscapes may be possible or simply
Landscapes that consists mainly of water. Water is the central theme.
Landscapes with a lot of vegetation or pictures of flowers and trees.
Plants are the main focus.
Buildings, castles, cities, streets, vehicles, traffic. Visible from the outside.
The camera is located inside a room in a wide sense and either shows the inside of
the enclosure or looks outside of the room.
People, Robots, Animals, Monsters. The «person» is the main subject.
Landscapes that exist at least in the form shown – on Earth or any other
heavenly body. The landscapes are based on true elevation data but may be
phantastic in other ways. Of course, real object belong here as well.
Objects that may be possible or impossible and are shown more or less isolated
from anything else. Still Lifes.
Space scenes. Science fiction. Realisations of entirely phantastic ideas. Renderings
from surfaces of existing planets that are based on real data can be found under
the topic «Real».
Unreal things, renderings of art that cannot be «sold» as landscape
or as object.
Pictures of all topics listed above that have been rendered as drawing, sketch,
clay, CEL-shaded (contour line enhanced), AO (ambient occlusion), etc. and not
as photograph or painting.
Pictures of all topics listed above that have been prepared as anaglyphs and
are perceived as 3D if viewed with red-cyan goggles.
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Pictures of all topics listed above that have been prepared as spherical 360° x