After missing the last event I wanted to be sure to have something this time around. I had planned a trip to Olvera Street in downtown Los Angeles to shoot in one of the shops because they are very colorful.
As I started thinking about color I had a different idea come to mind. I started thinking about crayons. How bright they are and playing with crayons when I was young. I also thought about the cube that we use to project our VR images on to and how this would be a bit different than what I usually do for this event.
So the basic technique was to arrange and shoot the six faces of the cube and assemble with pano2QTVR. I think the results are very pleasing and I hope you like it also. Cheers!
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