Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Features for LVM

Also in the Smithsonian Virtual Museum, you can see VRML models for some objects. This means that you come in contact with a virtual model of one of the planes designed by the Wright Brothers. You can't walk/touch/fly on the actual model in the National Air and Space Museum, but you can definitely do that here!

This is another feature found within the Smithsonian Virtual Museum. It is called the morph feature, which consists of transforming an object into another image. In this case a painting (slide 1 upper left)is morphed into the actual photograph of the place depicted. (slide 4 lower right)


This is the first slide of a presentation on the most recurrent features in highly publicized virtual exhibtions/tours.
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1 comment:

Clay Bethelbridge said...

I wish you luck on your blogger museum!!!