These demonstrations require QuickTime 7 (or later) to be installed on your system. QuickTime is available for Windows and Macintosh at no cost. For help using QuickTime click here.
 

Simulated Crime Scene. This QuickTime VR demo shows a mock crime scene shot with the MK-3 camera. The demo features many hotspot links and interactive features including video and audio clips.

Simulated Crime Scene. This QuickTime VR movie was captured by the Kern County Sheriffs Department. This movie shows how various evidence items can be linked to close up photos from the VR scene. This demo is a 4 meg download.

Simulated Crime Scene. This demo uses the Zoomify for FLASH player to view an extremely high resolution panoramic image. Although this image was captured at over 130 mega pixels it can be viewed instantly over the web with the Zoomify player.

Simulated Crime Scene. This demo uses the Zoomify for FLASH player to view an extremely high resolution panoramic image. Although this image was captured at over 130 mega pixels it can be viewed instantly over the web with the Zoomify player.

Blood Spatter Lab. This demo uses the Zoomify for FLASH player to view an extremely high resolution panoramic image. Although this image was captured at over 150 mega pixels it can be viewed instantly over the web with the Zoomify player.

Virtual Tour. This QuickTime VR movie was captured by the Baldwin Park Unified School District Police Department. In this example you can tour the performing arts center by clicking on the doors to move into the next room. This demo is a 6 meg download.

Police Training. This demo was captured for the California Police Officers Standards and Training Center. In this example the viewpoint of each person involved in a scene can be viewed. This VR movie can be used in a classroom to illustrate the correct procedure for this situation. This demo is a 6 meg download.

Panama School. This demo was prepared by the Kern County Sheriffs department. This is a comprehensive Tactical Map created using the Panoscan MK-1 camera. All rooms in the facility were scanned in a single day by a single photographer and combined into this detailed map of the school. This tactical map can serve as a pre-incident planning tool and a reference map during an emergency situation. Similar mapping systems have been developed by FEMA such as the PIPS report. This demo is 10.9 meg and will take several minutes to download. Other tactical maps made with Panoscan can be seen at Tactical VR.