VRMag Issue 31 is now online

Adventurous as ever, the new VRMAG issue takes you from Swedish deepest mines by Jonas Carlson, to the steepest walls of Pyrenées – by extreme photographer Juan – , passing through exciting places such as Polynesia atolls; some of New York lesser known places – courtesy of Sam Rohn – and German street artists’ walhalla, “bubblefied” by Virtugraf MIchael Hundrieser and Rio Fashion Week, where the beauty of top model Gisele Bünchen was frozen into Ayrton and Andréa Camargo panos.

Olympic Games are approaching and – for that reason – we invite you to the discovery of Beijing by Tamas Varga and to previous Olympic Villages by our unfatigable train traveller Willy Kaemena, meanwhile exploring PanAmerican Games by Ayrton and Andréa Camargo and UEFA EURO 2008, shot by Werner Weber.

Follow Dirk Kik in his search for megaliths, and Zbooy in his dwelling in the military cemeteries of Cracow. Otherwise, turn Vrmag’s pages to find yourself in Scotland where – in the panos taken by Bill Ward and Will Pearson – you’ll have the chance to admire the tributes to Tommy Burns, the Falkirk Wheel and Cullen Pet Cemetery.

Bubbles are becoming everyday more important in the world of design: to understand it, just jump to the articles about the curious Panobrella and the Panolampe, but do not forget to discover the plusses of a Multimedia Postcard too.

Oxygen plays an important role in the mechanisms of our memory, after having read about it, you could be tempted to try solving one of the several platonic solid enigmas, frozen in Vladimir Popov’s panoramic images. Dwell carefully from a place to another, since Marco Luethi shows you the dangers of falling cameras.

With PangeaVR panoramic images can finally be seen on every iPhone G3. We invite you to the discovery of the application and, for the industry side, we advise you to read about World’s Panoramic Stock. John Houghton teaches to beginners the secrets of stitching with PTGui and Andrew Magill shows anybody how it is possible to paint in 360° with his Orientation aware camera.

In the guest artist you will find the same outstanding photographers you met in issue 30: the duo Wright & George, Dennis Martin, Will Pearson and Timothée Eisenegger. We thought that they did not receive enough attention in the last number of VRMAG, because of its Mach 5…speed.

You’ll find this and much more in VRMAG issue 31: as always – from A to Z we covered the world: let be tempted and chose from the menu where you want to spend the holidays, by exploring them from your…sofa first.

You’re just a click away from enjoying the new VRMAG issue!

Your VRMag team


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