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Booroomba Rocks – Namadgi National Park – Flash VR Panorama

This is a VR panorama of Booroomba Rocks in Namadgi National Park in the ACT. This is a popular rock climbing area about 40km from Canberra. Suzie and I went out for a drive and ended up walking up the mountain – probably a reckless decision as she is very pregnant but we eventually made it to the top. There is an amazing view of the the Brindabella ranges with Canberra City off in the Distance. There is still evidence of the 2003 fires where the area was badly burnt but the area is starting to recover. The panorama is 36 shots stitched together making a seamless 260 degree view.

This image is an interactive panorama – click and drag inside the image to view the scene

Flash VR panorama – You are lacking flash swf support.

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Hamilton Island – Panoramic Views – Flash VR Panoramas

These 2 images are from two of Hamilton Islands lookout points. They are interactive panoramic images with a 170 degree view of rotation. The first is from “One Tree Hill” and looks out over Whitsunday Island. The second is from The lookout over the Reef View Hotel looking out to Catseye bay – a little grey that day.

This image is a 360 degree interactive panorama – click and drag inside the image to view the scene


interactive flash based panorama of the view from One Tree Hill – Hamilton Island – Whitsunday Islands.


This image is 360 degree interactive panorama – click and drag inside the image to view the scene


This image is a flash based interactive panorama of the Resort View lookout on Hamilton Island.

Sunrise at Catseye Bay – Hamilton Island – Flash VR Panoramas

These two large images are flash VR-style interactive panoramas of Catseye Bay Hamilton Island at dawn. I shot these panoramas with my SLR and a Manfrotto VR Head & Tripod that managed to fit in my suitcase. Each panorama is 36 images stitched to together at 10 degree intervals to create a seamless panorama. This image is then used to generate this interactive flash based image. (No love for iphone users).

This image is an interactive panorama – click and drag inside the image to view the scene

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This image is an interactive panorama – click and drag inside the image to view the scene

This item requires Flash Player support


These are some static photographs of dawn from our balcony at the Hotel. The third image is a HDR composite from 3 exposures blended together to increase the dynamic range of the image.

Reefworld Pontoon – Great Barrier Reef – Flash VR Panorama

This image is a 360 degree interactive panorama click and drag inside the image to rotate your view

This is a VR-Style Panorama of the Hardy Reef “Reefworld” Pontoon. I shot this panorama hand held and just relied on the stitch assist function on the G9 to get the sequence ready for stitching.
Snorkelling photos here

Flash – Navigation Cluster

Designed this in Flash to go with the logo I’m using for this site, based off a graphic concept more than a purpose I now need a way to link to a few hundred pictures or perhaps audio files – if every button triggered a sound on roll over it may work. Looks pretty so it can stay here for a while.

Flash – Venus Fly Traps

My first Multimedia project back in 99 used venus fly traps, this is a flash version done a few years later to the same idea.

Flash – Planets Interface

I often use the planets as examples for students for user interfaces and navigation, here is one for a flash navigation scheme that connected to some HTML pages.

Flash – Pop Up Dude

This file demonstrates a techniques called “The Perfect Fade” It is from Joshua Davis’s Flash Book from years ago, which is now sold out. It took me ages to work out how to do in AS3.0 but it finally happened. I used this in class to describe the function. Just pays and reverses a movie clip depending on the users roll over. It’s interactive, you must rollover the box!

Rainforest Gully 01 – Flash VR Panorama

This panorama was created for the 2009 Digital Media Studio 4 class as a demonstration of Quicktime VR style imaging. Next step is to get an adapter for our VR tripod head to do the sky too. These panoramas are created by taking a series of shots aided by a special tripod with set increments. The panorama is then stitched together with software to create the final interactive swf. Links to the remaining VR’s do not work within word press.

Flash – Cyclic Colour Animation

Cycling through movie clips colour effect inside a motion tween.

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I have setup this blog to be an archive of my work in the creative arts. I teach Digital Media and Graphic Design at the Canberra Institute of Technology and live in Belconnen in the ACT. You can find me on Facebook here Roy Boy