Palmela 2011 – Final conference speakers list
The Palmela 2011 organization is pleased to report that we have a final conference speakers list:
- Ignacio Ferrando Margelí - Capturing the impossible panorama
- Marco Trezzini – Aroundertouch The World at your Fingertips
- Ryan Whitehead – The Nimmo Bay 360º Video Experience
- Urs Krebs - The Roundshot adventure
- Omer Calev - Using panoramas to document people
- Nicole Tung and Jason Barr - VR Photography in crime scenes
- Thomas K. Sharpless - Beyond the Lens – Panini, the software view camera
- Alexandre Jenny – Creating virtual tours today and tomorrow
- Nick Ivanov – Creating 360º aerial panoramas
- AYRTON360 – PanoJournalism
- Joe Rao - Crime Scene VR software and City 8 Street View Capturing System
- Markus Matern and Jürgen Matern - Reprojecting equirectangular images...
- Thomas Rauscher - Pano2VR 3
- Sam Rohn - Panopress: Panoramas + WordPress
- Henry Stuart – The Royal Wedding Giga Pixel Panorama – Capturing the Moment, Over Many Moments!
- Keith Martin - Panoramas and iPad magazines
- Jeffrey Martin - The 360cities Community
- Matthias Taugwalder – VR panoramas in print media, online media and on mobile devices
- Darek Czarnecki – VR Smarty, the new VR Player
- Gallant Frederic and David Poullier – Spherical panoramas from mobile phones. Steps and visions.
- Bernard Custard and Iban Borrás Serret - ViewAt.org Present and Future
- Alain Hamblenne - Welcome to the 3rd Dimension!
- Joergen Geerds - Panoramas and the Art Market
- Andrew Bodrov - Capturing panoramas using a monopod
- John Kroll – Evolving architecture photography to VR architecture photography
- Kent Durk - Exploring in HDR
- Aaron Spence – Thinking Outside the Circle
Incredible UAVs flying around Palmela
Three Palmela 2011 star speakers, Ignacio Ferrando Margelí, Ryan Whitehead and Nick Ivanov are bringing in their UAVs for special demonstrations to conference attendees. These RC helicopters will be flying around Palmela for special demos on how to capture 360º Photography and 360º Video from up in the air, but with your feet, well on the ground.
As you can guess by reading the names on this speakers list, all our goals for this conference regarding topics to cover and quality of the speakers where more than achieved, in fact, our goals where all surpassed by a great margin. These speakers are fantastically talented members of the panoramic community that kindly decided to share some of that talent with Palmela 2011 attendees. The IVRPA sincerely thanks them for this opportunity.
This summer Palmela, Portugal, will be the world capital of panoramic photography.
It is going to be amazing!