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2005 November week 44-48

2005 - November 22 - View Fullscreen QTVR
Malnutrition and Malaria in Mali

QTVR by Mickael Therer

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international humanitarian aid organisation that provides emergency medical assistance to populations in danger in more than 80 countries. They got the Nobel Peace Prize in 1999 for their humanitarian work all over the world.

Mickael Therer, VR Photographer from Belgium has always had a large respect for this organisation and he presented them with the idea of documenting their work with interactive panoramas.

Shortly after he was sent to Mali in West Africa to visit 2 of the MSF operations in Mali.

2005 - November 14 - View Fullscreen QTVR
Everest on Mars

Images ©NASA/JPL QTVR by Hans Nyberg

The Mars Rover Mission continues, after almost 2 years since Spirit landed on Mars it continues to send amazing images to the earth. In october 2005 this panorama was made from Oct. 1 to Oct. 3, 2005.

It has been named the Everest panorama. The view is from th summit of "Husband Hill." The Husband Hill is a plateau about 100 meters (300 feet) above the Gusev crater. has published interactive panoramas from Mars since the landing of the Rover. The first was published only a few hours after Nasa had published it.

There are now 9 panoramas available in fullscreen interactive QTVR.

2005 - November 7 - View Fullscreen QTVR
Callanish Standing Stones

Photo © Robin Wilson

The Callanish Stones is called the Stonehenge of the north

Situated on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides this megalithic site is far away from areas were tourists usually come.

Robin Wilson has beautifully captured the atmosphere of this place which is dated to about 1800 BC.

The myths and theories about the place are many. From an astronomical observatory, to being used to act as giant loudspeakers to amplify drums played during rituals.

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