Best Practices to Digital Panoramic Photography: QTVR and related technologies

May 12-13, 2006

Best Practices to Digital Panoramic Photography: Workshop
Back (Left to Right): Tom Watson, E. J. Johnson, Michael Gross, Bernard Frischer, Lisa Reilly, Michael Tuite, Brian Donovan
Front: (Left to Right) Ken Stuart, Sarah Wells, and Barry Gross

IATH, with support from ARTstor and the Society of Architectural Historians, held a workshop for developing a Best Practices guide for using digital panorama photography in documenting cultural heritage sites. The workshop was the organizing event for writing a comprehensive guide for scholars, photographers, and students who want to use QuickTime Virtual Reality (QTVR) and other panorama technologies to document, teach, and preserve historically significant architecture and landscapes. Photographers, architectural and art historians, and humanities computing and digital media specialists attended the workshop. For more information on the uses of QTVR in cultural heritage sites, check out "Spherical Photography and Cultural Heritage Sites".

Photos from the workshop:

T. Watson, W. Martin, K. Stuart E.J. Dionne B. Donovan L. Reilly

T. Watson, W. Martin, and K.Stuart

E.J. Johnson

B. Donovan

L. Reilly