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What is QuickTime VR?

QuickTime Virtual Rreality (QTVR) is a realistic (photographic based), fishtank paradigm, virtual reality application that uses the mouse/keyboard for navigation.

in simpler terms

Using QTVR a person can view panoramas and objects on a computer screen. In addition the viewer can manipulate the objects and navigate the panoramas using a mouse and keyboard.

QTVR is based on the QuickTime protocols developed by Apple Computer.

For more detailed information on QTVR, visit the QTVR Website.

Vertebra of a Pleistocene muskox (Bootherium bombifrons) from a cave in eastern Missouri

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[ QTVR Panoramas ] [ QTVR Objects ] [ Linked QTVR Panoramas ]
[ QTVR Equipment ] [ Advantages of QTVR ] [ Disadvantages of QTVR ]
[ Making QTVR Panoramas ] [ Making QTVR Objects ]
[ Additional capabilities of QTVR ]

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