The website, built by cultoflight is ready to be launched. Although some creases still need to be ironed out, and more content and functionality added, we are convinced - this is the time!
30 September, 2009
New plugin acquired
To provide customers with smoother and more interactive experience, with increased reliability and flexibility, we decided to switch to another panorama display solution provider.
6 September, 2009
We need a website!
Our collection of 360 degree panoramas taken in the past few years grew up to a level when it was perfectly natural to set up a new business. So, long awaited decision has been made. The name PANO7 was chosen. PANO because it is closely related to what we do, short and therefore easy to remember. And 7 is lucky! . As a result PANO 7 just sounds great. Read some interesting facts about the number 7 in Wikipedia >>
A glance at the past
Our “marriage” to photography has lasted for well over 10 or even 15 years. First experiences in panoramic photography were with traditionally printed, horizontal photos. With the advent of newer, accessible technologies the time had come for creation of 360 degree images meant to be displayed on computer screens. The places we worked include:
- UK (including 120 panoramas project in London)
- Greece (Athens)
- Japan (various locations)