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2005 December week 49-52

December 31: The Austrian National Library, Vienna

Fullscreen panorama by Peter Winkler

December 30: The Little Mermaid Copenhagen

Fullscreen panorama by Hans Nyberg

December 29: Pinnacles Desert Australia

Fullscreen panorama by John Colebrook

December 28: Berlin Ice House

Fullscreen panorama by Oliver Mann

December 27: Red Square - Moscow

Fullscreen panorama by Andrey Ilyin

December 26: Testing the Ball drop at Times Square

Fullscreen panorama by Jook Leung

December 25: The Kölner Dom - Cologne Cathedral

Fullscreen panorama by Giuseppe Pennisi VRWay

December 24: Christmas Street in Baltimore, The HubCaps tree.

Fullscreen panorama by Andras Frenyo

2005 - December 20 - View Fullscreen QTVR
Grand Palais Paris

QTVR by Laurent Thion

The 'Grand Palais' was built for the World's Fair in 1900. After the World's Fair the building has been used in many different ways but it never became as known as the Eiffel Tower.

The architects were Henri Daglane, Louis Albert Louvet,
Charles Louis Girault, and Albert Théophile Félix Thomas.

The construction was in 1993 in so bad shape that it was closed for public after an accident

During the last 4 years the place has been renovated and in October it was reopened for public.

In it you find the Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais, a planetarium, the Palais de la Decouverte, and some temporary exhibitions. During the Christmas days it contains a Christmas fair with carousels and a circus

Like for the October exhibition the Illumination of the building is created by the artist Thierry Dreyfus

For more Panoramas from the Grand Palais visit Laurent Thion's special Grand Palais project site

Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais

The story about Grand Palais

2005 - December 8 - View Fullscreen QTVR
Fastest Rapper in the World

QTVR by Bradford Bohonus

Ricky Brown aka "No Clue" 20 year-old rapper from Seattle holds the official Guinness world record as the world's fastest rapper. The previous record stood for 7 years.

The VR photo was taken at the studio where No Clue was working on his debut album. The VR features a segment of his track "New West".

Visit No Clue's Official Website for more music and updates about his new album!

From the Guinness Certificate:
Ricky Brown (USA) rapped 723 syllables in 51.27 seconds on his track "No Clue" at B&G Studios, Seattle, Washington, USA on 15 January 2005

Ricky Brown website:

Bradford Bohonus is one of the pioneers in Vr Photography. His site

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