iNveridux@UConnLaw - Campus at Dawn and Dusk - 815photos

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UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT SCHOOL OF LAW
Hartford, Connecticut

The University of Connecticut School of Law is one of the leading public law schools in the country. Its campus, listed on the National Register of Historic Sites, is probably the most beautiful of any law school in the United States. The newly-completed law library is perhaps the finest facility of its kind in the world. Two miles from the center of Hartford, the Law School is located in a neighborhood of large Victorian homes, where many students, staff, and faculty live.

University of Connecticut School of Law
65 Elizabeth Street Hartford, CT 06105-2290 USA +1 (860) 570-5000

http://www.law.uconn.edu/
http://www.law.uconn.edu/content/admissions
http://www.law.uconn.edu/admissions/tours




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Date Created 2/9/2010
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jontlaw Over 1 year ago
I'm loving this synth. It's great to see full mapping of an area rather than just a panorama :)

While looking at this I really wanted to step through the doors! I'll have to look into how to deal with the transition - I guess there'll need to be a unique and recognisable object to latch onto in both directions. Should be doable!
michaeldenis Over 1 year ago
thanks jontlaw! I believe that this *is* the primary usage of Photosynth ;) Nah, I'm pretty sure you're on to *something* with your crazy mapping stuff. In truth, if you want my permission to use any of my synth (anything with "iNveridux" in the description as templates for your 3D Modeling work, please just ask at inveridux@gmail.com. I am very open to the idea of your method being applied *generally* as in these large, outdoor, or large indoor synths)

By the way, I agree whole-heartedly that I should have a little more "getting through the entire campus" and a little less "spinning around trying to create VR." I think my future synths will reflect this change. By the way, I have received that *same* comment from a few people. I think people are very curious, and isn't that the whole point of Photosynth? Ha, ok nice to see you taking a look at my work.

Good luck, jontlaw.

Michael
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