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Gödöllö Royal Palace Reconstruction PDF Print Email
Friday, 10 September 2010 09:46


Gödöllő Royal Palace 360° Virtual Tour


The Royal Palace in Gödöllö is one of the most significant palaces in Hungary. Extensive restoration works were carried out in 2010 to save the currently dilapidating wings of the palace. This virtual tour combines panoramic images taken both before and after restoration was carried out in summer. Although we planned to take all the panoramic images using simple one-shot technology to simplify post-processing, we have changed our mind and decided to take the summer images in high-quality.

Lajta (Leitha) Monitor Museumship PDF Print Email
Tuesday, 24 August 2010 09:57


Leitha (Lajta) Monitor Museumship 360° Virtual Tour


A monitor was a type of low body, heavily ironclad warship driven by steam engine, which was equipped with a rotating turret. The first monitor in the world, the USS MONITOR, was built in the United States in 1862. Since this warship design proved to work very well, it has spread all over the world: around 200 monitors were built until 1965, of which only 7 exist today, wholly or partially. One of them is our Lajta. It is unique in that this is the only representative of the version where the steering platform is located on top of the turret.
Katyn Tragedy Memorial Day PDF Print Email
Friday, 16 April 2010 14:28

Katyn Tragedy Memorial Day

Memorial day of the tragedy of Lech Kaczynski and his fellow passengers in Budapest.

Roman Galley PDF Print Email
Monday, 01 June 2009 14:44

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This is a reconstructed Roman ship built in Budapest, Hungary.

This 3D Virtual Tour was created to propagate the ship and to show our customers that besides churches, palaces, museums, restaurants, hotels we are also capable of making virtual tours about ships, boats etc. Compared to other panoramic photographers, masts or ropes don't mean serious problem for us.

This virtual tour contains a trick image, there were only two galleys to be seen but we have created a whole fleet of them!


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