Tag Archives: Philadelphia
Posted on15. May, 2011 by Anthony.
The above 360° interactive image was taken from the seat of the Curtis Memorial Organ in Christ Church in Philadelphia. This pipe organ, built by The Aeolian Organ Company of Boston, was once in the residence of Mr. Curtis in Wyncote, Pennsylvania. It was relocated and built into the sanctuary of Christ Church and dedicated […]
Posted on11. May, 2011 by Anthony.
During a recent project photographing Christ Church in Philadelphia for a virtual tour we were fortunate to be able to take some time to capture a few extra 360 degree scenes including this one taken of the burial grounds in the backyard of Christ Church. Christ Church and its Burial Ground receives 250,000 tourist visitors […]
Posted on10. Apr, 2010 by Anthony Ruiz.
Sean Blanda did a great job again this year with Bar Camp News Innovation Philadelphia at Temple University. Experience the 360° virtual tour scene and audio from one of the Temple classrooms during BCNI Philly 2010. In this scene Sean, Brian and Christopher share humorous and valuable life and business lessons they learned while starting, […]
Posted on04. Jun, 2009 by Anthony.
Jonny Goldstein did a great job sharing practical tips on drawing and visual note taking at the June ’09 Refresh Philly meeting. Jonny has been producing cool online content and has been blogging at jonnygoldstein.com since 2004. He recently moved to the Philadelphia area and is using his skills in the area of explaining, cartooning […]
Posted on29. Apr, 2009 by Anthony.
Chris Krewson and Wendy Warren from Philly.com and the Inquirer spoke on how blogging and social media platforms like twitter have changed the way breaking news can be communicated to the public. The room was filled with journalists, students, and small business owners who were ready to participate by answering questions, sharing their own concerns, […]
Posted on28. Apr, 2009 by Anthony.
On April 25, 2009 we attended Philadelphia Bar Camp News Innovation held at Temple Unviersity. The event was organized by Sean Blanda and had over 125 attendees including representatives from local news papers, bloggers, citizen journalists and more. The above interactive 360° image shows a close look at the schedule board and some of the […]
Posted on11. Apr, 2009 by Anthony.
Last night was the Philadelphia Phantoms final regular season game at the Wachovia Spectrum. A sold out stadium was filled with nearly 17,000 guests who witnessed and exciting game ending in a 5-2 Phantoms win. The Spectrum which once was home to the Philadelphia Flyers and the 76ers is expected to be torn down some […]