HTML5 Panoramas 2

Click on a graphic to open a new window with a full 360° HTML5 panorama.


HTML5 panoramas are made much like their QuickTime versions: stitch the component photographs together in PTGui to produce a large equirectangular file. With Pano2VR, I then turn the equirectangular or cubic output file into an interactive HTML5 panorama.



I use a Canon 350D and, for panoramas, a Nodal Ninja 3 panohead (with an updated rotary mount) and a Sigma 8mm fisheye lens.



PTGui, GIMP, Pano2VR


WWP Panoramas

You can also see more of my panoramas at the WorldWide Panorama, a quarterly event where panographers (panorama photographers, really) from around the world submit QTVR panoramas united by a certain theme. Beginning with the most recent, here are my submissions:


Forgotten Places: Bullet Train Museum /  新幹線資料館

Food: Tachikawa ecute

Performing Arts: Traditional Japanese Archery

Time: Sekisui Sustainable Design Laboratory

Diversity: Kunitachi Chuo Library / 国立市中央図書館

Best of 2008: Bamboo Grove in Tonogaya Park / 殿ヶ谷戸庭園の竹やぶ

Elevation: Kurio Remington Village, 10F / クリオ・レミントン・ヴィレッジ国立10F

Beginnings: Showa Kinen Park / 昭和記念公園

Sustenance: Hitotsubashi University / 一橋大学

Energy: Mansfield Roller Mill / マンズフィルド町の水車小屋

Water: Tokushima City's Delta / 徳島市の扇状地

Marketplace: Charity Auction at Sogo / 徳島そうごのオークション

Sanctuary: View from "Castle Mountain" / 徳島市の城山からの景色

Copyright ©2008–2021 Christopher Glick. All rights reserved.

Christopher Glick On the Kunitachi Stn. platform

Kunitachi Platform / 国立駅

Underneath some cherry blossoms in Kunitachi

Kunitachi Sakura, 2010

My favorite cafe in Kunitachi, Japan

Cafe Lucca, Kunitachi

Former family home in northern Indiana

Home in Mt. Ayr, IN

My favorite cake shop in Kunitachi, Japan

Itoh-ya Cake Shop (2 nodes)

A hilltop shrine in Kyoto

Munetada Shrine, Kyoto

Bedrock Liquors

1909 Phillips Covered Bridge

Northbound on IN SR 25

South Point, Hawai'i

In Awa Odori Kaikan

Archery Club / 弓道部

Kamo River / 鴨川

Japanese Garden, 府中市

Kobe Bay Sheraton

Sustainable Living Lab

Up the Tama River

In Train at Okutama Stn.

Mauna Kea Road, Big


Hilo Bay, Hawai'i

Pu'uhonua o Hōnaunau,


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