New 360 Cities Redesign

Well done to the guys at 360 Cities for a great redesign of 360 Cities building on there already award winning website.

Here are some screen shots:

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360 Cities now contains over 8000 panoramas to explore from over 100 cities around the world.

Here are just some of the improvements are listed below

- A reseller program for people who would like to provide VR / immersive photography services to local businesses
- All new map page with advanced search, author- , area- , or business-centric searching
- Critically acclaimed fullscreen panorama layout including map, thumbnails, and image transitions
- HOTSPOTS in all panoramas which are automatically created as panoramas are added to the site. You can navigate between images and move all through an area….
- Photographer profile page to show the latest works by author
-RSS feeds for the whole world, by area, or by author.
- Get driving directions to any business on the site.
- Google Earth integration, so you can view any image on Google’s Earth platform.
[this is not new but worth mentioning, as it's really cool!]

So credit crunch getting you down ? Need a holiday but cant afford one ? Don’t worry take a virtual trip to anywhere in the world with 360 cities from the comfort of your own computer icon smile New 360 Cities Redesign

Try these great new destinations for starters

Cutting open a dead whale during a snowstorm at midnight in Barrow, Alaska:

Muscovites of all sizes enjoying the sunshine:

Berlin’s holocaust memorial

View from the top of the WTC in NYC

One of Iran’s most beautiful mosques

An ecologial amusement park in Damascus icon wink New 360 Cities Redesign

The McCall Glacier, in the ANWR, Alaska

A marketplace in Banjul, Gambia

Waiting for Marlon Brando in the middle of the Pacific Ocean

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One Comment

  1. Steve
    Posted November 6, 2008 at 5:49 pm | Permalink

    Hey Tom,

    nice post about the re-design ;). Thanks for the PR!


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