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February 23rd 2014

New panorama applet

Many of the dense fractals pictured on this website naturally live on a 2d sphere. A while ago, I started displaying them as full spherical panoramas using a Java applet (see this blog post). With all the recent problems with Java, and browsers strongly discouraging people to launch unsigned Java applets, I had to find another way of displaying them. Luckily, Matthew Petroff wrote a very nice WebGL applet for this purpose, Pannellum, which is now used throughout this website. The full collection of images coming with spherical panoramas can be found here!

A few of them are displayed below. Use the full screen button on the bottom right.

A spherical panorama of 20130504.

A spherical panorama of 20120303.

A spherical panorama of 20111108.


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