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When Hollywood Ruled The Skies - Volumes 1 through 4 by Bruce Oriss


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 13, 2014 10:27 am 
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Finished an interactive panorama for a client, Aero Legends, based at the WWII airfield Lashenden/Headcorn in Kent;

This Spitfire, TD314, built 1944 at Castle Bromwich, has been recently restored by the Biggin Hill Heritage Hangar to the highest standard, the only not authentic part in the cockpit is the radio, and that's discreetly placed in the original map box. The panorama has been shot outside the Aircraft Restoration Company Hangar at Duxford.

The panorama is best viewed on a device with a mouse cursor - if you hover the cursor over an item of interest, a description and, for items out of view, a still photo will pop up.

You can fire up the Merlin engine - just press the Engine Start button!

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Link for non-touch devices

Link for touch devices

If you are interested in future aircraft panoramas (also online is the English Electric Lightning and Canberra, and the Duxford Catalina), please sign up to the mailing list on the website!


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Really cool Harald.
Thanks for posting.
Welcome to WIX

Andy Scott


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So, how do you get it to go/start/begin/initiate?

What I see on the website is a photo, and nothing happens when I click on it.

Dave


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 14, 2014 11:39 am 
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Hi Dave,

I guess you see the "welcome" screen sitting on top of the panorama. Just click on that, and it will go away, then you can move around. If you are on a desktop computer - switch to fullscreen mode!

Any problems - please ask.

Harald


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