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Posted by on Aug 31, 2010 in Castles, Historic, Links, Literary, Religious, Scenery | 0 comments

360 Degree Views of Ireland

A 360 image of Northern Ireland

Here’s a shot of the basic interface at Virtual Visit Northern Ireland. When you visit their site, you can use your computer mouse/trackpad to pan through the image.

Between trips to Ireland, most of us could use a break from the day-to-day doldrums of our non-Emerald Isle lives. Thanks to the Internet, there are a few photographers offering 360 degree panoramic photos that allow us to use our computers to step into a scene. Some of these shots are spectacular, and many of them are able to give a very good sense of what it’s like to actually be there. Gorgeous stuff!

Here are three I’ve been getting “lost” in…

• Virtual Visit Northern Ireland
Virtual Visit Dublin
360VR
DublinTown.net
• Ireland 360

(looks like only one panorama is available right now at Ireland360)

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