IVRPA Tokyo 2018 Google Street View Challenge

Winner's Gallery

The winners of this year's Google Street View Challenge is a friendly panorama photography competition between IVRPA members attending the annual conference.

Grand prize receives $250 in Walkinto credit and an Oculus Go headset. 1st place in each category receives an Oculus Go headset. 2nd place receives an insta360 one camera. 3rd place receives a Pro license for Pano2VR from Garden Gnome Software.

Please note: due to lack of entries in the tour category and difficulties with tour stability to allow for judging this portion of the Google Street View challenge was removed. The three entrants in the tour category will receive $250 in Walkinto credit.

Congratulations to the winners!

Peter Van den Wyngaert

Peter Van den Wyngaert Little Planet


https://www.littleplanet.be

Peter specialises in high-end 360˚ imagery (photos, videos, timelapses), and has years of experience in all derivatives you can get out of panoramic content (VR-tours, animations, interactive museum applications, high-resolution printed matter, etc... ). His company Little Planet provides premium 360˚ services to a broad range of clients: 5-star hotels, big car brands, huge festivals,…


Daniel Rojas Roa

Daniel Rojas Roa


http://www.3GOVideo.com

Panoramic photographer since 2010. Discovered 360 videos in 2012, and since been doing nice projects sharing experiences.


David Vasicek

David Vasicek pix123-fotografie


http://www.business-bilder-frankfurt.de

In 2004 pix123-photography was founded in Frankfurt/Germany as a service for high-quality pictures at events,, for press-material, travel-pictures and documentations. Since 2013 we became Google Street View trusted and startet into the world of panoramas. Today we offer Panorama- and VR-Photography in Highend-quality for local, national and international customers. In Summer 2016 pix123 has won…





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