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360 view of the Community Impact Printing inking process
Once the press is loaded with the plates, rollers apply the four colors of ink and water onto each plate. Each plate will stamp a reverse image of the newspaper page onto what is called a blanket, which is similar to a rubber stamp. The blankets transfer the original view of the images onto both sides of the newsprint.
This 1991 IMSA GTO Mazda RX-7 may be retired from duty, but—in this rare VR experience—you'll climb behind the wheel to harness the force of one of the most coveted race cars ever made. As co-driver of the first and only Japanese racer to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans, you’ll experience a four-rotor 13J engine so remarkable it’ll reverberate in all 360 degrees. Fast Ride puts you in the cockpit of the RX-7 for a lap at California’s Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca with Jeremy Barnes, Mazda’s director of communications and unofficial corporate racing aficionado. Buckle up: The result is flat-out fantastic. Fast Ride is produced by Wevr.
Cambridge in 360° Video (2017)
Explore the River Cam and the University of Cambridge in this 360° Tour of Cambridge, UK. For 360° video inquiries contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. EverView are the UK's premiere 360˚ Video marketing specialists. Providing omnidirectional video tours for the property, commercial and event industries. An EverView is a window to our vibrant world, full of possibility. Using the latest in 360˚ Video technology, EverView puts you in another environment through your smartphone, tablet, desktop computer or Virtual Reality headset, giving you a perspective that was once impossible. Be it a dream home, sports stadium or live event, EverView puts your viewer right in the middle of that experience and allows them to control their view by moving a device around in physical space. EverView uses the latest in omnidirectional video technology to simultaneously record Ultra HD 4K Video in 360 degrees.
Ars Electronica: el museo del futuro
Bienvenidos al misterioso mundo del arte electrónico. El festival "Ars Electronica" en Linz, Austria, recibe cada año a artistas y científicos destacados relacionados con el futuro de nuestra sociedad y del mundo. Este "Museo del futuro" nos proporciona una visión genérica del fascinante mundo de la tecnología digital y de la tecnología de la información. Este evento ya popular en todo el globo, se celebra cada otoño desde el año 1979. Si no han podido acudir a la edición del 2017, echen un vistazo con nosotros.
Up close with dancers and models in Bukhara
Visitors to Bukhara get the chance to visit stunning ancient monuments but also explore the city’s rich history and culture. Inside the Nodir Divan-Beghi Madrassah, in the centre of the old city, traditional performances are held. Our 360° camera was set up inside the madrassah as dancers and models entertained guests sitting down for an evening meal.
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