49 Incredible 3D Motion Photo Panoramas

John P.

Eiffel Tower PanoramaWow, Panoramas.dk is one of the greatest sites I’ve ever come across. It features a number of three dimensional panoramas which allow you to virtually look around a given space. This is a technology that can only flourish on the Web since you cannot move around inside a static photograph.

There are virtual reality panoramas of the Eiffel Tower, Carnival in Rio, a Camel Carts in Bikaner India, a human Zoo, an ariel view of Sydney Australia and even the Apollo Moon Landings.

The site can be a little difficult to navigate so I compiled the following list of several I enjoyed.

By the way, keep in mind that when you visit the panoramas in order to interact with them you click on the image, hold the mouse button down, and drag it in the direction you want it to go. You can also use the CTRL button on the keyboard to zoom out, and the SHIFT to zoom in (sorry I don’t know which buttons on a Mac. Feel free to drop a comment and let us know.)

Believe it or not, that ain’t all of them! You can look through even more if you search the archives.


  1. says

    Peter – I totally missed that one, but I’d say that “clutter” is an understatement! :-) There is certainly a LOT to look at in that one.

    ROR Guy – Yes, that canyon is beautiful. I wish I knew exactly where it was. With some of these I wish people would post the exact coordinates so that we could find it in Google Earth and eventually visit them ourselves.

    I recently bought a small GPS device so that I could start gecoding some of my images and things so that when I post them I can let people know exactly where to go see what I was looking at. I’ve taken some photos in Washington DC that I’ll try to post in the next few days using this technique and we’ll see how that turns out…


  2. says

    They’re quite amazing! The one from the top of the Coathanger (Sydney Harbour Bridge) was excellent.

    Yet, of all the ones I looked at, it was a simple panorama of a guy sitting in his house that impressed me the most.

    Check it out!

    Love that clutter! I love homes that look “lived in” like that.

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