library360
Oct 18, 2017

360 Bloopers

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It's not easy keeping the photographer out of a 360 image. Especially with the limited wifi range of the camera, with which your phone or tablet must stay connected to take each shot. Whenever wifi issues emerge, there can be a delay before the phone reconnects, and a frustrated photographer might wander back into frame trying to get a signal, and get caught in a delayed shot. Like this one!

And this one

And it is no coincidence that the same hard working graduate student appears in a number of our early 360 test shots...

 

 

 

 

 

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